A NAS Drive, which stands for network attached storage is an external hard drive that plugs into a network, rather than a PC. This allows the NAS device – and whatever files are held on it – to be accessed by any device on the network. Most NAS devices also allow you to remotely access them over the internet, so you can be on the other side of the world, and still have quick and easy access to your essential files.
One was of the ways it enhances the redundancy is allows to backup multiple Server to single location vs plugging multiple external HDD. Some of the new NAS drives come with a real-time monitor and alert the Tech when there are some issues on the Horizon. Which can really help when your backup is not working the way it should. Also, a nice feature is, if any of the Hard drives are dying you can replace the defective drive and with some magic can rebuild and continue on like nothing happened. Not sure which will help business? Contact us for a Free of the phone Consultation.