Sooner or later, your small business will need more space for data storage. Information in the form of e-mails, documents, presentations, databases, graphics, audio files and spreadsheets is the lifeblood of most companies, and the applications that run and protect your business require a lot of disk space. Storing information and managing its storage is critical to a company's behind-the-scenes success. Fortunately, there are many options available to small businesses for both the actual storage and the location of that storage. Often, the best solution is a combination of different storage options.
Network-attached storage (NAS) is used to provide distributed file storage to other devices on an IP network. Scale-out NAS is important because of massive growth in unstructured data and enterprise needs for increased capacity and performance. Object storage is suited for storing and managing unstructured data with public cloud-like scalability and flexibility. An object storage architecture enables practically limitless scalability by managing data as objects in a flat structure.
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