Network-attached storage (NAS) is gaining popularity. They are already beginning to be installed not only in offices but also at home. Not everyone understands how to set up a network disk storage for files and its joint work with several computers.

Most NAS allow you to work with them remotely in real time using the SMB protocol. You can also configure access to network storage from phones and tablets. Advanced NAS supports protocols: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, AFP, NFS, Photo Station + Audio Station, DLNA / UPnP. They can host simple sites, act as a media server. If you have a need to publish your NAS on the Internet and provide access to it from phones, tablets and computers, we recommend using the services of setting up network storage on site.


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