[IMGCAP(1)]When I first started writing this post, it was going to be on Network Attached Storage (NAS). That’s a topic of which every network user should have at least a basic knowledge. But when I started the post, I realized that BAS really doesn’t make a lot of sense beyond having a huge amount of disk space on the network unless you understand R.A.I.D.

Because R.A.I.D, not huge amounts of available storage, is the underlying reason that NAS is something all business (and many home) network administrators should understand, and implement.

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