NAS Server advise

What mid range NAS server would you advise for a company of 10 people using WiFi to access it?
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mac_777Connect With a Mentor Author Commented:
The Synology looks ok for the needs, do they have file user rights like Microsoft?
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Michael FowlerSolutions ConsultantCommented:
You should find these articles a good read

Storage magazine's eighth Quality Awards service and reliability survey on the best NAS storage systems had Dell besting the enterprise group and Hitachi topping the midrange.
http://searchstorage.techtarget.com/feature/Users-rate-Dell-and-Hitachi-as-best-NAS-storage-vendors

Our ninth annual survey collected user feedback regarding the service and reliability of NAS storage systems.
http://searchstorage.techtarget.com/feature/EMC-Dell-and-NetApp-top-NAS-storage-systems-satisfaction-survey
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deepak_giriCommented:
you can buy any NAS storage depends on your data size,
i would like to suggest the things keep in mind.

1. should have raid, so that data loss can be protected.
2. should have iSCSI thin provisioning, so that you can work on virtual machines.
3. should have Rsync functionality gives users great flexibility with remote backup capability, a flexible scheduler, and the stability.
4. Multimedia Support Like DLNA Media Server for Support uPnP AV streaming protocol, you can watch multimedia on DLNA supported products like ( mobile Phones, LED TV etc.)
5. Client OS Support       Windows,UNIX/Linux,Mac OS X , so that data sharing can be easy.

if you want to do something else you can share, so that we can discuss more about NAS.
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mac_777Author Commented:
I found the right solution, no other expert did
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