QNAP - short for Quality Network Appliance Provider - is a manufacturer of Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices, which provide homes and businesses with file servers without the hassle and overhead of a traditional file server system. QNAP's system just doesn't work on your local network - it's Internet accessible, so you can gain access to your files from anywhere in the world.
NAS systems aren't just repositories for files - they're media servers that give you a place to stick music and videos, photos, archival servers that give you a place to stick the data that's important to you, personal cloud service and much more.
Hernan Lopez of QNAP sits down with John P and Rene to explain what a NAS is, why you might need one, and what QNAP brings to the table.
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