NAS storage, or Network Attached Storage, is a type of file-level computer data storage connected to a server that allows users to store and manage data from a central location. NAS storage gives users more control over the organization and manipulation of their data. It offers faster IT performance and supports higher levels of reliability than storage methods such as hard drives or NAS appliances. NAS storage can be used for applications such as streaming media, videoconferencing, file transfers, and virtual servers. NAS also provides remote access capabilities that allow people to stay connected even when they're away from their main device. NAS storage is an efficient and cost-effective way to store and manage large amounts of data in a scalable and secure manner.
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