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

Synology Vs QNAP - The DS918+ Vs the TS-453B - Brand v Brand Flagship Faceoff

Synology Vs QNAP - The DS918+ Vs the TS-453B - Brand v Brand Flagship Faceoff

Should you buy the New Synology Flagship NAS or the QNAP Fully Featured 4-Bay NAS https://www.span.com/product/Synology-DiskStation-NAS-DS918+-4-Bay-4GB-RAM-~61979 General Performance The DS918+ unlike the TS-453B-4G is made by Synology. People often choose Synology because of user friendly interface as well as being suited for Mac and Windows based environments. It is relatively easy to set up and use, and those who are new to Network Attached Storage are advised to go for the Synology. Same as the TS-453B-4G this box has the Intel Celeron J3455 Quad Core 1.5 GHz (up to 2.3 GHz) processor. Just like the TS-453B-4G this box has 4GB RAM. About Connections There are two LAN ports on this box, making it a good home or small business NAS as you can utilise Link Aggregation and Failover support. Two USB3 ports on this Synology is offering you up to 5Gb/s transfer speeds of external devices. It is fast enough to get your files through fairly quickly with this speed and make backing up with an external drive or Apple Time Machine a quick and easy process. There is one eSATA port on DS918+ giving you up to 6Gb/s transfer speeds. Sometimes when your business grows, you might consider getting a box with expansion capabilities. With this box you have all opportunities to do so. You might want to contact one of our tech guys to find out more. About Usage With 4 bay unit you are having additional advantages. You can choose from number of RAID solutions to set up. There could be RAID that saves your data even if one of the drives fail so you can still recover your data. This would be slightly more safe option to keep your data. Besides you can still access your documents or media files over your private network or even internet. Price And Warranty This box comes with 3 year warranty for your peace of mind and long term hardware security. This Synology is £53.00 cheaper than the most expensive unit TS-453B-4G. 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/

Make Your Own Private "Cloud"

Make Your Own Private "Cloud"

📖📕 GET THE NEW TINKERNUT BOOK: http://bit.ly/Tinkernutbook 📕📖 "The Cloud" is a synonym for the Internet, and it's evolved into the place where we do most of our computing. Instead of relying on services that can sell or expose your data, let's create our own private cloud service. YOU CAN FIND ALL LINKS AND DOWNLOADS AT THE PROJECT PAGE BELOW: http://www.tinkernut.com/2014/10/05/make-private-cloud/ Help support my channel: http://www.tinkernut.com/donate/ Get social! http://plus.google.com/+Tinkernut http://www.twitter.com/tinkernut

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/

What is RAID 0, 1, 5, & 10?

What is RAID 0, 1, 5, & 10?

RAID explained. This is an animated video explaining different RAID levels. It's a RAID tutorial of level 0, 1, 5, & 10. Redundant array of independent disks English and Hindi captions. #RAID

My Storage & Backup Strategy for 2017

My Storage & Backup Strategy for 2017

Services & Hardware used: Seagate Archive HDD 8TB: http://amzn.to/2je4WQy TerraMaster D5-300: http://amzn.to/2ic9dlS Synology DiskStation: http://amzn.to/2ieWvpN Cloud Backup Services (no syncing or sharing) Backblaze (unlimited cloud backup): https://www.cloudwards.net/goto/8394/www.backblaze.com Cloud Storage Services with Sync: Sync (Canada based): https://www.cloudwards.net/goto/10850/www.sync.com pCloud (based in Switzerland): https://www.cloudwards.net/goto/9101/www.pcloud.com

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

The Synology DS214+ vs DS214PLAY vs DS215J - Which one is best?

The Synology DS214+ vs DS214PLAY vs DS215J - Which one is best?

Which one deserves your data? http://www.span.com/product/Synology-2-Bay-DiskStation-NAS-DS214-SATA-HD-RAID-0-1~41688 It's all about NAS! Today we here at SPAN.COM are looking at one of the big players in home Network Attached Storage, Synology and more precisely at their DS214 and DS215 Range. So which one suits your needs, check out our brief overview of the products and see if it helps you make your mind up. Check out the products themselves below: http://www.span.com/product/Synology-2-Bay-DiskStation-NAS-DS214-SATA-HD-RAID-0-1~41688 http://www.span.com/product/Synology-2-Bay-DiskStation-NAS-DS214play-SATA-HD-RAID-0-1~41687 http://www.span.com/product/Synology-2-Bay-DiskStation-NAS-DS215J-SATA-HD-RAID-0-1~46332 SPAN.COM has been in the market of NAS for a long time. Ranging from the other 2 bay devices such as the DS215J, DS215J, DS215+, DS215PLAY, DS214+, DS214J and the DS214PLAY. All are compatible with the Synology DSM 5.2 software, Diskstation. And all are compatible with the Western Digital NAS HDD, WD Red. Upto and including WD20EFRX, WD40EFRX, WD60EFRX, WD10EFRX, WD30EFRX, WD2001FFSX, WD3001FFSX, WD50EFRX, WD4001FFSX, WD70EFRX and WD80EFRX. SPAN.COM,DS215J,DS215+,DS215PLAY,DS214+,DS214J,DS214PLAY,Synology Inc. (Business Operation),Synology DS215J,Synology DS214+,DS214PLAY,DS214se,DS214,DS213,DS213+,DS213J,DS213PLAY,synology diskstation ds215j,ds215j test,ds215j review,DS214 review,DS214PLAY review,diskstation,synology diskstation,dsm synology,dsm,nas,nas server,nas synology,synology,nas storage,WD RED,WD20EFRX,WD40EFRX,WD60EFRX,WD10EFRX,WD30EFRX,WD2001FFSX,WD3001FFSX,WD50EFRX,WD4001FFSX,WD70EFRX,WD80EFRX

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.

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