Choosing the right NAS for setting up and running a Plex media server isn't necessarily straightforward, but we've rounded up a few of the best options out there worth considering. Your media will be well served by these setups.
You'd be surprised what you can do with your own NAS. Watch your digital media anywhere, protect your data, and make it easy for your whole family to access. With these deals, you can do it all at a discount, too.
Changing the RAID on your Synology NAS couldn't be easier. If you're planning to add some new hard drives to expand your storage capacity, it's best to consider switching your RAID, depending on the level you're currently using.
TerraMaster has a new four-bay NAS available for putting together your own home media server. With an Intel processor, upgradable RAM, and an attractive price tag, this is one NAS enclosure to consider for the home.
Putting together a Plex server isn't difficult, especially with some killer NAS units that can do all the hard work for you. When it comes to storage, you should always look at picking up one of these hard drives.
The AS3304T is the latest DRIVESTOR 4 Pro NAS enclosure from ASUSTOR, promising excellent performance for a low price. You've got four drive bays, 2.5Gb LAN, a quad-core ARM processor, 2GB of RAM, and an excellent OS.
Managing multiple Synology NAS enclosures can become a pain, especially if you simply wish to glance at metrics across the board. This is where Active Insight comes into play. Here's how to set it up and use this new cloud-based feature.
RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, and it's one of the best ways to protect your data against drive issues and failure. It's incredibly important to configure RAID for your Synology NAS. Here's all you need to know.
Not everyone has the network infrastructure in place at home to run cabling around rooms to a NAS enclosure. This is where wireless comes into play, which was supported by Synology servers. Unfortunately, support has since been dropped, including with DSM 7.0.
Adding a network-attached storage (NAS) server to your home is a great way of creating a centralized storage hub for all your media, personal files, and even OS backups. We've rounded up some killer NAS options for homeowners to choose from.