VM Backup Appliance Based on NAS and Why You Need It
As our world goes digital, both large enterprises and SMBs typically deal with massive amounts of data processed and scattered among a multitude of physical and virtual machines comprising IT infrastructures. If any piece of infrastructure fails, there is always a risk of losing a piece of business-critical data. Thus, to eliminate data loss, any business ultimately faces the need to back up its data and purchase a reliable storage to keep these backups safe. Depending on their business needs, they can either opt for large servers and cloud solutions, or choose a magic box called NAS.
What is NAS?
A Network Attached Storage (NAS) is essentially an intelligent hard disc box that is attached directly to your business network and can be used to keep any of your important stuff centrally in a secure place in a resilient and redundant format. The device works completely separately from your IT infrastructure, so if the IT infrastructure goes down, you will still have access to data on the NAS. All of your files are accessible all the time from anywhere at no extra cost.
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