Network attached storage (NAS) provides campus researchers with a cost-effective way to store, share, and back up their work securely, but it should be part of a multi-tier storage and recovery strategy.

storage-NAS-tieredHow many researchers have mislaid a USB hard drive and had that sinking feeling that months—or years—of work had simply evaporated? Yet, despite the risks, USB drives remain a primary storage mechanism for many campus researchers who often want to maintain physical possession of their work. Fortunately, the days of such a laissez-faire approach may be numbered given the enormous...

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