Still confused about NAS? NAS explained in 3 minutes

Still confused about NAS? NAS explained in 3 minutes

What is NAS and why you need it http://www.span.com/l/vjLB9v Network-attached storage (NAS) is file-level computer data storage connected to a computer network providing data access to heterogeneous network clients. A NAS unit is essentially a self-contained computer connected to a network, with the sole purpose of supplying file-based data storage services to other devices on the network. The operating system and other software on the NAS unit provide the functionality of data storage, file systems, and access to files, and the management of these functionalities. The unit is not designed to carry out general-purpose computing tasks, although it may technically be possible to run other software on it. NAS units usually do not have a keyboard or display, and are controlled and configured over the network, often by connecting a browser to their network address. The alternative to NAS storage on a network is to use a computer as a file server. In its most basic form a dedicated file server is no more than a NAS unit with keyboard and display and an operating system which, while optimised for providing storage services, can run other tasks; however, file servers are increasingly used to supply other functionality, such as supplying database services, email services, and so on. A general-purpose operating system is not needed on a NAS device, and often minimal-functionality or stripped-down operating systems are used. For example FreeNAS, which is Free / open source NAS software designed for use on standard computer hardware, is just a version of FreeBSD with all functionality not related to data storage stripped out. NASLite is a highly optimized Linux distribution running from a floppy disk for the sole purpose of a NAS. Likewise, NexentaStor is based upon the core of the NexentaOS, a Free / open source hybrid operating system with an OpenSolaris core and a GNU user environment. NAS systems contain one or more hard disks, often arranged into logical, redundant storage containers or RAID arrays (redundant arrays of inexpensive/independent disks). NAS removes the responsibility of file serving from other servers on the network. NAS uses file-based protocols such as NFS (popular on UNIX systems) or SMB/CIFS (Server Message Block/Common Internet File System) (used with MS Windows systems). NAS units rarely limit clients to a single protocol. NAS provides both storage and filesystem. This is often contrasted with SAN (Storage Area Network), which provides only block-based storage and leaves filesystem concerns on the "client" side. SAN protocols are SCSI, Fibre Channel, iSCSI, ATA over Ethernet (AoE), or HyperSCSI. Despite differences SAN and NAS are not exclusive and may be combined in one solution: SAN-NAS hybrid The boundaries between NAS and SAN systems are starting to overlap, with some products making the obvious next evolution and offering both file level protocols (NAS) and block level protocols (SAN) from the same system. However a SAN device is usually served through NAS as one large flat file, not as a true filesystem. An example of this is Openfiler, a free software product running on Linux. This video is created by and owned by Western Digital. Why not take a moment to check out their YouTube channel below: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwT7y9vAZeU1Mg33CJ38wvQ

What is RAID? All the common RAID levels explained easily by an idiot

What is RAID? All the common RAID levels explained easily by an idiot

Don't know what RAID means? Don't worry. It's easy, here goes http://www.span.com/spanstor RAID is a thing that is becoming more and more common in the digital storage industry. As more and more of our lives is being reduced to bits and bytes of data, the risk and loss that comes from losing it increases too! Of course you should always backup, back up, BACKUP, but RAID is something altogether different. RAID is there to protect you from Hardware failure (not all kinds but mainly hard drive or ssd failure). Most larger scale modern scale data storage array are home to multiple hard drives. However ideally, most people don't want to access multiple drives, but rather one large data storage volume to place their data. In most RAID instances, data is written across all the volumes in stripes (layers spanning all drives) and that means you get improves read and write speeds also as multiple drives are being accessed at the same time. However the problems being in protecting yourself from one of those drives failing and therefore corrupting the entire digital storage volume! Today we want to talk to you about RAID, give you an idea of the point of RAID, what kinds of RAID types their are, their advantages and disadvantages and most importantly of all, which one is right for you! We will look at which RAID gives you the fastest speeds. Which raid gives you the biggest capacity. Which RAID gives you the more space. Which RAID is the safest. And which RAID is best for your NAS server. Do take a moment to check us out at SPAN.COM and our Build and Test service, SPANSTOR. We have been offering testing, building your RAID, testing your data storage device and ensuring your digital storage is ready to go for you. Check us out here http://www.span.com/about SPAN.COM,RAID (Invention),Standard RAID Levels,SSD,HDD,Hard Drive,Solid State Drive,Hard Disk,HDD SSD,SSD HDD,SSHD,HARD DRIVE RAID,DATA RAID,RAID,RAID1,RAID 1,RAID0,RAID 0,RAID 2,RAID2,RAID3,RAID 3,RAID 5,RAID5,RAID6,RAID 6,RAID 10,RAID10,RAID1+0,RAID 1+0,BACKUP,Hard Drive failure,raid controller,RAID LEVELS,RAID Types,SSD RAID,HDD RAID,data raid,raid card,wd raid,seagate raid,nas raid,raid nas,Drive RAID

Choosing your NAS - Which company should you choose? Full Version

Choosing your NAS - Which company should you choose? Full Version

Synology vs QNAP vs Drobo vs Thecus vs WD vs Seagate http://www.span.com/feature/Network__Attached__Storage__NAS__Drives~1447 We asked Robbie at SPANTV to take a moment the explain what exactly is NAS and with so many different NAS manufacturers out there, which one should you choose? Are you looking for something just to send your files from A-to-B, are you looking to distribute your media across a host of devices? are you of a more business or enterprise mind and need something high-end? there are literally hundreds of reasons why you need a NAS and it can all get a little overwhelming We at SPAN.COM have been in the business of NAS for a great deal of time. But time and time again we take for granted that alot of people don't know the difference between Synology or QNAP? Netgear or Thecus? They want a Network-Attached Storage Solution that will do the job they need. Within this NAS network or NAS storage, this network storage drive can act as a nas server. Whether it's a synology NAS, a QNAP nas, a thecus NAS or drobo NAS - this will be the solution you put a lot of responsibility in. Which is better? Which is the most cost effective and which one is champion? Watch and find out. Want to know more? Use the link below to see all the different kinds of NAS out there: http://www.span.com/find/NAS/ Hustle.mp3 , Music credit to Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Check us out of Facebook today - https://www.facebook.com/SPANdotCOM SPAN.COM,Synology Inc. (Business Operation),Network-attached Storage,nas network,nas storage,network storage drive,nas server,nas synology,synology,nas drive,synology diskstation,nas,qnap nas,nas,qnap ts,qnap download,thecus nas,thecus review,Thecus - Corporation,netgear router,Netgear - Company,Drobo,drobo drive,drobo fs,drobo mac,drobo nas,NAS,WD,wd tv,wd live,wd live tv,wd passport,seagate nas blackarmor,blackarmor nas,Seagate nas,SPAN.COM,NAS,Netgear,Netgear (Business Operation),Synology,QNAP,Thecus,Infortrend (Business Operation),Network Attached Storage,The cloud,Areca,Drobo,Netstor,WD RED,Seagate NAS,CTR1D99US2R,DRDS4A31,DR-B800FS-4A31,RN10200-100EUS,RN10400-100EUS,ReadyNAS,RN31600-100EUS,RN31400-100EUS,RN4220S-100NES,TS-220,TS-421,TS-420,TS-420U,TS-469U-SP,TS-869U-RP,STBM2000200,STBN200,STBP200,DS214,DS414slim,RS214,RX410,N2310,N5550,N7510,N8900,WDBWWD0000NBK-EESN,WDBVKW0040JCH-EESN

Understanding the difference between PLAY, PLUS, XS and J series NAS - A Synology NAS Buyers Guide

Understanding the difference between PLAY, PLUS, XS and J series NAS - A Synology NAS Buyers Guide

Help Choosing the Right Synology NAS for youhttps://www.span.com/product/Synology-DiskStation-NAS-DS918+-4-Bay-4GB-RAM-~61979 Choosing between SHR and RAID on my Synology NAS with Hard Drive Media So many NAS servers to choose from. They all look remarkably similar and moreover, all seem to do basically the same thing - but some better than others. Yet for many people who are setting out to buy their first NAS from Synology, it can easily be met with confusion. Two devices such as the DS718+ or DS218, or the DS418PLAY and DS418 look near enough identical and feature specs that seem numerically very similar indeed. It was for reasons like this that Synology came up with a nicely defined classification system, that rivals even the guys at Western Digital with their colours system. Synology feature several series titles in their product name, with each representing the devices speciality and preferred use. That said, all the NAS from synology can perform many, many tasks of the others (Apple TIme machine Backup, Plex, Surveillance, VMs, etc) but it is the fact that it will perform much better at the task, or be suitable for users that are indicated by its title. 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/

QUICK VID - What is RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and 10 Explained in just 4 minutes

QUICK VID - What is RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and 10 Explained in just 4 minutes

Don't know what RAID means? Don't worry. It's easy, here goes https://www.span.com/search/raid/10- RAID is a thing that is becoming more and more common in the digital storage industry. As more and more of our lives is being reduced to bits and bytes of data, the risk and loss that comes from losing it increases too! Of course you should always backup, back up, BACKUP, but RAID is something altogether different. RAID is there to protect you from Hardware failure (not all kinds but mainly hard drive or ssd failure). Most larger scale modern scale data storage array are home to multiple hard drives. However ideally, most people don't want to access multiple drives, but rather one large data storage volume to place their data. In most RAID instances, data is written across all the volumes in stripes (layers spanning all drives) and that means you get improves read and write speeds also as multiple drives are being accessed at the same time. However the problems being in protecting yourself from one of those drives failing and therefore corrupting the entire digital storage volume! Today we want to talk to you about RAID, give you an idea of the point of RAID, what kinds of RAID types their are, their advantages and disadvantages and most importantly of all, which one is right for you! We will look at which RAID gives you the fastest speeds. Which raid gives you the biggest capacity. Which RAID gives you the more space. Which RAID is the safest. And which RAID is best for your NAS server. Do take a moment to check us out at SPAN.COM and our Build and Test service, SPANSTOR. We have been offering testing, building your RAID, testing your data storage device and ensuring your digital storage is ready to go for you. Check us out here http://www.span.com/about SPAN.COM,RAID (Invention),Standard RAID Levels,SSD,HDD,Hard Drive,Solid State Drive,Hard Disk,HDD SSD,SSD HDD,SSHD,HARD DRIVE RAID,DATA RAID,RAID,RAID1,RAID 1,RAID0,RAID 0,RAID 2,RAID2,RAID3,RAID 3,RAID 5,RAID5,RAID6,RAID 6,RAID 10,RAID10,RAID1+0,RAID 1+0,BACKUP,Hard Drive failure,raid controller,RAID LEVELS,RAID Types,SSD RAID,HDD RAID,data raid,raid card,wd raid,seagate raid,nas raid,raid nas,Drive RAID 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/

QNAP First Time Setup Guide

QNAP First Time Setup Guide

Bought a QNAP NAS but need help setting up? Let RObbie give you a hand https://www.span.com/search/NAS_space_Server/10-Qnap 1 – Power On Nas Witout HDDs, and Dont Plug till Qnap Wants you to plug a HDD, 2 – Install Qnapfinder from www.qnap.com 3 – A few minutes later, Qnapfinder should find your NAS. 4 – You can continue installation bu double click on your nas, but My advice is, just type this IP number to your favorite Web browser NVR first time installation 1 5 – Plugin all your HDD’s on this point; 1 - Qnap installation (1) If you use your HDD on another NAS before and dont want to loose data, just click Restore to Factory Settings”. If you want to format HDDS and need fresh install, just click on “Initilize System” 1 - Qnap installation (2)1 - Qnap installation (3) . 6 – Identfy your admin password; 1 - Qnap installation (4) 1 - Qnap installation (5) . 8 – Your time server settings (My advice is choosing this manually) 1 - Qnap installation (6) . 9 – Choose your Qnap IP adress; dont forget that, this IP adress means your Qnap first ethernet port, 1 - Qnap installation (7) . 10 – Setup your Thunderbolt IP adress if you have one; 1 - Qnap installation (8) . 11 – Dont forget to open Linux / Windows / Mac connection services;1 - Qnap installation (9) . 12 – On this RAID configration, my advice is; if you have 2 HDD, choose RAID 1 ify yoru have 4 HDD, choose RAID 5 if you have more than 5 HDD, choose RAID 6 My advie is also choose “Thin Volume” to make enable “Snatshot” feature 2 - qnap Volumes (1)2 - qnap Volumes (2)2 - qnap Volumes (3) . 13 – On final step, Qnap ask you to confirm this settings. Dont forget that you can change all of these settings after installation; Except RAID building.. 3 - Qnap kurulum tamamlama (1) 14 – RAID Installation may take around 4-12 Hours, so dont try to close device while this process is running, 3 - Qnap kurulum tamamlama (2)3 - Qnap kurulum tamamlama (3) 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/

The Synology DS1515+ - Unboxing and review - with SPANTV

The Synology DS1515+ - Unboxing and review - with SPANTV

Do big things come in small packages? Lets find out. http://www.span.com/l/2sW34w Synology DiskStation DS1515+ features an all-new quad core CPU with an AESNI hardware encryption engine, providing outstanding performance and data encryption acceleration. With four built-in Gigabit LAN ports and scalability of up to 15 drives, Synology DS1515+ is the cost-effective storage solution for centralizing data backups, protecting critical assets and sharing files across different platforms. Synology DS1515+ is backed with Synology’s 3-year limited warranty. For more information of the specs, compatibility and where to buy, please check the link below. Enjoy. http://www.span.com/l/2sW34w If you liked this video, don't forget that it exists to help people and that can only happen with your support...so click Like and subscribe and then we can continue to keep you up to date with innovations in data storage. Thanks for watching. *Network Attached Storage. Music credit to Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

The QNAP TS-251+ Walkthrough and Talkthrough with SPAN.COM

The QNAP TS-251+ Walkthrough and Talkthrough with SPAN.COM

Is this the most powerful 2 bay NAS yet? Let's find out http://www.span.com/product/Qnap-Desktop-NAS-TS-251-2G-2-Bay-RAID-0-1-2GB-RAM-~51037 The QNAP TS-251+ is here and it is making quite a mark! This QNAP NAS has been in the pipeline for a while and with the release of the recent synology DS716+, the world waits to see how QNAP will respond. The QNAP TS-251+ is one of their strongest 2 bay NAS entries for a long, long time. With eye catching hardware, fantastic software and excellent performance options, is this their best NAS yet? Find out what the NAS community has to say about the QNAP TS-251+ on our facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/SPANdotCOM/posts/910326372389478 QNAP NAS,QNAP TS-251+,TS-251+,TS-251+-2G,TS-251+-8G,NAS RAM,SYNOLOGY NAS,QNAP SYNOLOGY,Compatible NAS,nas server,hs-251+,qnap vs synology,synology vs qnap,Intel Celeron nas,plex nas,compatible plex nas,plex media server nas,recommended plex nas,nas transcoding,transcoding nas,ds716+ vs qnap,ds216play nas,ts-251+ vs ds716+,hdmi nas,quad core nas,2gb ram nas,64-bit nas,ts-251+ qnap,surveillance nas,desktop nas,quiet nas,best nas

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/

The DS718+ NAS vesrus DS918+ Synology Flagship 2-Bay vs 4-Bay NAS Comparison with Eddie the WebGuy

The DS718+ NAS vesrus DS918+ Synology Flagship 2-Bay vs 4-Bay NAS Comparison with Eddie the WebGuy

Robbie and Eddie Try to work out whether you should huy the DS718+ 2-Bay or DS918+ 4-Bay https://www.span.com/product/Synology-DiskStation-NAS-DS918+-4-Bay-4GB-RAM-~61979 The DS918+ same as the DS718+ 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. Unlike the DS718+ this box has the Intel Celeron J3455 Quad Core 1.5 GHz (up to 2.3 GHz) processor. Another key difference between the DS718+ is RAM. DS918+ arrives with 4GB RAM. The DS918+ 4GB RAM compared with DS718+ 2GB is clearly weaker. 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 is the most expensive box with the price tag £479.00. 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/

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