I keep getting burned with junk NAS devices. First I spent months dealing with the piece of Junk that Netgear was offering and few years ago (SC101) and then I found the Buffalo Pro Duo linkstation and thought that I had found a reasonable priced unit. Then when I had 2 units fail after a year and then the replacement failed after only 3 months and Buffalo tech support simply says to you that it happens for no reason. Does anyone have a suggestion for a low to med price NAS device that simply works without a whole lot of features and proprietary systems that don't work? Having decent tech support would be a real bonus.
CISCO SMALL BUSINESS NSS 324 SMART STORAGE - NAS
SERVER CDW PART: 2097535
I took mid priced to be around $2g? I've used a number of NAS devices and this is amazing. Just implemented it at one of our clients.
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Plug in the external drive you wish to encrypt:
Make sure all previous data on the drive has been …
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