NAS vs The Cloud – Which one is better? Cheaper? and which is right for you?

NAS vs The Cloud – Which one is better? Cheaper? and which is right for you?

Should you invest in a Private NAS or Stick with the Cloud? http://www.span.com/feature/Network__Attached__Storage__NAS__Drives~1447 Home users all the way upto small and medium businesses are all thinking about it. Data is their lifeblood. So it makes sense that one of the top priorities for business owners is finding the best way to back up and store their data. But without huge, in-house IT teams to make decisions, the choice is theirs. Fortunately, the simplicity, availability, and versatility of public cloud offerings and private Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions are making that choice a little easier. The question is, which one is best? The public cloud, defined simply as services delivered via web-based applications and third-party providers, is an attractive option because it’s easy to use, and businesses only pay for what they use. That’s why many business owners think public cloud offerings are perfect for their businesses at first glance. But with a bit deeper look, it quickly becomes apparent that it isn't as clear as it seems. With factors such as year on year cost, expandability and the very diverse means of accessing the data itself, the shortfalls of the cloud can be quickly apparent. Network Attached Storage,NAS,The Cloud,GoogleDrive,Google Drive,Cloud,storage,justcloud.com,JustCloud,zipcloud,mypcbackup.com,dropbox,iCloud,Hard-drive,SSD,Synology,QNAP,Thecus,Drobo,NetGear,Chrome,iOS,Android,Seagate,Western Digital,Personal Cloud,AES 256-bit,virtualization,VMWare,DS1815+,DS1515+,QNAP Turbo NAS,HDD,SSD,Synology Inc. - Corporation,synology server,synology diskstation,synology dsm,i cloud,download dropbox,best cloud storage,google cloud storage,amazon cloud drive,Google Cloud Platform,Smugmug,onedrive,Apple iCloud,Spideroak

NAS 101: What is Network Attached Storage ? - WD My Cloud, Seagate Personal Cloud, Synology

NAS 101: What is Network Attached Storage ? - WD My Cloud, Seagate Personal Cloud, Synology

Buy them on Amazon - http://lon.tv/68ggv (affiliate link) This video is a simple overview of network attached storage devices like the WD My Cloud, Seagate Personal Cloud, and Synology Disk Stations. It's geared towards those unfamiliar with network attached storage but considering purchasing a device for their home or office. VIDEO INDEX: 00:36 - Comparison to USB storage 02:10 - Description of Network Attached Storage (NAS) 03:35 - Recommendation of a dual 2 drive NAS vs. single drive NAS 05:13 - Why a 4 TB dual drive NAS is actually 2 TB or half storage 05:39 - Setting up user accounts 06:07 - File shares and permissions 06:43 - Public folders 07:32 - On site / home network functions and features DLNA , apps 09:31 - iTunes server doesn't work with Apple TV / iPad / iPhone 10:10 - Time Machine and backup 10:49 - Offsite / Internet access to the NAS and differences to onsite 12:28 - Backing up the NAS to external hard drives and cloud 15:04 - Recommendations and final thoughts I talk about what Network Attached Storage is, what it isn't, and whether or not a NAS drive is a better choice over a standard external USB hard drive. Subscribe to my email list to get a weekly digest of upcoming videos! - http://lon.tv/email Visit the Lon.TV store to purchase some of my previously reviewed items! http://lon.tv/store Want to chat with other fans of the channel? Visit our forums! http://lon.tv/forums Want to help the channel? Start a Patreon subscription! http://lon.tv/patreon Follow me on Facebook! http://facebook.com/lonreviewstech Follow me on Twitter! http://twitter.com/lonseidman Catch my longer interviews in audio form on my podcast! http://lon.tv/itunes http://lon.tv/stitcher or the feed at http://lon.tv/podcast/feed.xml Follow me on Google+ http://lonseidman.com

Don't Waste $1000 on Data Recovery

Don't Waste $1000 on Data Recovery

Thanks to DeepSpar for sponsoring this video! Check out their RapidSpar Data Recovery Tool at http://geni.us/rapidspar RapidSpar is the first cloud-driven device built to help IT generalists and other non-specialized users recover client data from damaged or failing HDDs/SSDs Buy HDDs on Amazon: http://geni.us/sLlhDf Buy HDDs on Newegg: http://geni.us/a196 Linus Tech Tips merchandise at http://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/Linustechtips Linus Tech Tips posters at http://crowdmade.com/linustechtips Our Test Benches on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/linustechtips Our production gear: http://geni.us/cvOS Twitter - https://twitter.com/linustech Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/LinusTech Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/linustech Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/linustech Intro Screen Music Credit: Title: Laszlo - Supernova Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfxm... iTunes Download Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sup... Artist Link: https://soundcloud.com/laszlomusic Outro Screen Music Credit: Approaching Nirvana - Sugar High http://www.youtube.com/approachingnir... Sound effects provided by http://www.freesfx.co.uk/sfx/

The Difference between WD Blue, Red, Green, Black and Purple Explained

The Difference between WD Blue, Red, Green, Black and Purple Explained

Ever wondered to difference between the Western Digital Colours? http://www.span.com/feature/Which__Hard__Drive__do__you__need___line___find__the__right__HDD__for__you~1440 Western Digital have long established themselves as one of the leading manufacturers of hard drives across the world. But it's easy to be lost in all the different types and specs. Which drive is suitable, which drive will do the best job and how do I navigate a sea of hard drives without a map? That is where WD's simple colour scheme comes in. Today we want to help you know which drive suits your needs. As always all products mentioned are available now from SPAN.COM. Just remember: WD Blue for Everyday - http://www.span.com/search/wd_space_blue WD Green for Quiet & Cool - http://www.span.com/search/wd_space_green WD Black for Hi-Performance & Gaming - http://www.span.com/search/wd_space_black WD for NAS, RAID and all things Network - http://www.span.com/search/wd_space_red WD Blue WD2500AAKX WD3200AAKX WD5000AAKX WD7500AALX WD7500AZEX WD10EALX WD10EZEX WD800AAJB WD1600AAJB WD2500AAJB WD3200AAJB WD Green WD5000AZRX WD5000AZDX WD10EZRX WD10EARX WD15EARX WD20EARX WD20EZRX WD30EZRX WD40EZRX WD Black WD1003FZEX WD2003FZEX WD3003FZEX WD4003FZEX WD5003AZEX WD1002FAEX WD2002FAEX WD3001FAEX WD4001FAEX WD Red WD10EFRX WD20EFRX WD30EFRX WD40EFRX WD7500BFCX WD10JFCX

Inside a Google data center

Inside a Google data center

Joe Kava, VP of Google's Data Center Operations, gives a tour inside a Google data center, and shares details about the security, sustainability and the core architecture of Google's infrastructure.

The Convergence of Blockchain, Machine Learning, and the Cloud | Steve Lund | TEDxBYU

The Convergence of Blockchain, Machine Learning, and the Cloud | Steve Lund | TEDxBYU

Technologies such as Blockchain, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the Cloud have now been tested and validated by the market, creating a convergence that allows for exciting new solutions that have never before been available on a global scale. The world has new problems that only the integration of all these technologies can solve. Steve Lund has been working for the last thirty years at companies like Apple, Cisco, HP and at five Silicon Valley startups driving the adoption of new technologies globally to solve business problems. His efforts have built partnerships and billion dollar revenue streams with many of the fortune 100 enterprises. Steven Lund has over 30 years of experience in sales, marketing, and business development and has funded and launched four technology companies. Steven is currently the VP of Business Development and Sales for iguazio, a unified data platform for continuous analytics and event-driven applications. Additionally, he is the CTO of a Blockchain commodities platform for supply chain logistics. Previously, he was the World-Wide Director of Business Development for Cisco Services where his Smart Cloud services represented a $2B business for Cisco. He was also the President of Primex Wireless, an Internet of things (IoT) company that delivers to the healthcare market. During his career, Steven held senior positions at HP and Apple. Steven holds a masters in architecture from the University of Utah with an emphasis in computer graphics/computer aided design. He has a bachelor of science in business management/marketing from Brigham Young University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

SSD Life Expectancy

SSD Life Expectancy

SSDs have limited program/erase or P/E cycles. In this video I discuss the life expectancy of SLC, eMLC, MLC and TLC drives, as well as covering wear levelling, over provisioning, and TBW, PWB and DWPD endurance ratings. Note that the data presented in this video was obtained from a great many sources, including all major SSD manufacturers, and was up-to-date as of 25 March 2017. Note also that the second SSD listed in the table of client SSDs at c.6:41 is a Samsung 850 Pro, not a Sandisk 850 Pro (which does not exist). Sorry! :) If you enjoy this video, you may also be interested in the following: Explaining M.2 SSDs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SP0Brsc0dMY Hard Drive Life Expectancy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hr57KHDgaFs The Death of the Hard Drive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIkcSqqWdXU Migrating to an SSD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5xscW7_eL4 More videos on computing-related topics can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingcomputers You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingthefuture

Which Hard Drive for your NAS - WD Red, Seagate Ironwolf, Gold, EXOS, HGST and more

Which Hard Drive for your NAS - WD Red, Seagate Ironwolf, Gold, EXOS, HGST and more

Why do we need different kinds of hard drives – why not make just one kind for all? https://nascompares.com/guide/difference-nas-hdd-normal-hdd/ Choosing between SHR and RAID on my Synology NAS with Hard Drive Media Hard drives are not exactly new technology. They have existed in one form or another for over 20 years in the consumer market, all the time getting bigger in capacity and smaller in physical design. That should not come as a surprise to any of you. Such is the way of technology that no sooner have we got used to the way things are, then a brand of manufacturer will turn around and bung on a new connector, introduce a faster and more expensive version, or worse, the entire industry changes it’s mind overnight and all our old technology becomes useless. Most tech buyers feel like ships in the sea, at the whim of the sea and it’s currents. However in data storage, one of the biggest upsets came a few years ago in the rise of Network Attached Storage (NAS) when two of the biggest HDD brands, Seagate and Western Digital, announced they were releasing a series of NAS server tailored Hard Drives. Moreover, they were telling people who it was bad to populate your Synology NAS or QNAP NAS with ordinary desktop hard drives – which was odd, because the week before it was fine! Now in 2017, the market as a whole seems to have accepted this as a fact – however there are a still a few of you out there that are still unconvinced. Is the ‘NAS HDD’ badge just a big con to make you pay more for drives? Are they just the same hard disk drives with a different sticker on them? More importantly, will it actually damage your NAS or your data to use bog standard hard drives in your 2 or 4 Bay NAS server device? And why hasn’t the data storage industry just made 1 kind of hard drive that is perfect for EVERYTHING?!?!?! Let’s discuss. Did you enjoy the video? Find it helpful? Want to hear more? Of course you want to...you're only human! Why not subscribe to save you searching next time https://www.youtube.com/user/SPANdotCOM Are you interested in all things data storage. Perhaps you are a Mac users and want to know if this NAS, DAS, Cable or Drive will work for you? That is where SPAN and Robbie can help. For over 20 years SPAN has been helping companies and individuals worldwide with their digital archive and storage needs. Alongside that Robbie (Robert Andrews if you want to be delightfully formal) has been spending the last few years keeping you up to date on all things data and won't shut up about it! If you are as interested in data as we are, then you can find us in a number of ways. SPAN can be reached here SPAN - http://www.span.com. However if you want to be kept up to date with new releases, news and keep your finger on the pulse of data storage, follow us below. Find us on https://www.facebook.com/SPANdotCOM/ Follow us on our SPAN Twitter - https://twitter.com/SPANdotCOM Or follow and speak with Robbie directly on his Twitter - https://twitter.com/RobbieOnTheTube Still not enough? Then why not visit and subscribe to our blog. Upddated regularly it gives you an far wordier version than SPANTV as well as provide you with hints and tips on how to make the most of your hardware here http://www.NASCompares.com Don't forget to visit them on Facebook to entry prize draws, giveaways and competitions, as well as hear about the latest news, NAS releases & offers - https://www.facebook.com/nascompares/

Introduction to Cloud Computing

Introduction to Cloud Computing

Follow the Insanity at: https://www.FailedNormal.com Downloadable Podcasts at: https://failednormal.podbean.com iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/failed-normal/id1349818284?mt=2 Info Level: Beginner Date Created: December 17, 2010 Length of Class: 75 Minutes Tracks Cloud and Virtual Computing Prerequisites None Purpose of Class This class introduces students to the world of Cloud Computing and explains that Cloud Computing is more then Virtualization. Chapters Introduction (00:00) Web Applications (06:51) Clustering (09:26) Terminal Services (16:26) Application Servers (25:13) Virtualization (30:00) Hosted Instances (44:05) Hosted Solutions (54:41) Public vs. Private Clouds (58:06) Final Thoughts (60:00) Class Notes Introduction Cloud Computing is a design philosophy that breaks the Operating System and Applications from the Hardware Web Applications Are Created in Web Programming Languages Generally Use Databases to Store Data Clusters Are Generally Used for Database Servers (MySQL, Microsoft Active Directory) Load is balanced between servers in a cluster. If one server fails the cluster responds by not sending traffic to it. Servers maintain the same data by using replication Terminal Services Based off of old Mainframe and Dumb Terminal Architecture Now You Use Terminal Services Servers and Thin Clients Thin Clients can be Hardware Devices or Software installed on a computer All processing happens on Terminal Services Server and the Thin Client simply gets a "Window" into the server. Example: http://www.ncomputing.com/ Application Servers Uses Terminal Services but instead of providing a full Environment it only delivers a specific Application. Virtualization Uses Desktop Clients Software or Hypervisors to allow you to install multiple Operating Systems on to one physical server. Hypervisors i. Hypervisor is installed on the physical hardware to support the Operating Systems, and Management Software is used to configure each Virtual Machine, or Instance. ii. VMWare uses ESXi as the Hypervisor and vSphere for the Management Software Hosted Instances Examples: Amazon EC2 , Microsft Azure You Pay for Use (Storage Amount, CPU Power, RAM, Bandwidth) Edge Locations are used by some providers to allow for faster access to servers over the Internet. You may be charged to send data from the main servers to the Edge Servers Hosted Solutions Are pieces of software that are hosted by vendors using the Cloud (Hosted Exchange, Google Docs, Adobe Acrobat.com, Mozy) Public vs. Private Clouds The Public Cloud is Cloud Computing used from Online Vendors Private Clouds are environments on business/organization property that use Cloud Technologies. Final Thoughts.... Security... Most Small Business Security is poor. Security for most small to medium sized business will be better when systems are hosted in the cloud Local and Internet Bandwidth becomes more important with Cloud Computing. Even on the LAN you may end using all of your bandwidth. Resources VirtualBox VMWare ESXi Amazon Web Services Microsoft Azure MySQL Cluster

Dropbox vs Google Drive

Dropbox vs Google Drive

The ultimate shootout between Dropbox and Google Drive. Steve takes on the toughest question of all if you only had to choose one which would you choose! Dropbox - https://db.tt/YoejcTP Google Drive - https://drive.google.com/#my-drive Both filesharing systems have exceptional value, are easy to use, and have massive user basis. But there are several significant differences. Steve explores those differences and explains what they mean to you. Webinar Wednesday Join us live each week for another live webinar, http://members.dottotech.com/?page_id=4728 Support Dotto Tech on Patreon http://patreon.com/dottotech For more info on Steve's Toolkit, (everyone wants to know what tools Steve uses!) https://www.dottotech.com/toolkit/ Here are all Steve’s Recommended Tools https://www.amazon.com/shop/dottotech?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp Check out Steve’s Vlog https://dottotech.com/vlog/

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