Running an antivirus program on your PC may seem like a good idea, especially if you frequently download files from online sources, but what about your QNAP NAS? You shouldn't require one unless you're concerned about downloaded files or plan to host a website.
Setting up your Reolink camera with a QNAP NAS enclosure is a straightforward process. QNAP's Surveillance Station software is brilliant and the company provides eight licenses, allowing you to connect up to eight cameras before you'll need to buy more.
QNAP TS-431X3 is a new NAS in the mid-tier segment of enclosures that comes rocking four drive bays, 10Gb and 2.5Gb LAN, as well as a competitive price. Just how good is it compared to other enclosures? Find out with this review.
Has an Intel Celeron J3455 quad-core 1.5GHz processor, 8GB DDR3L RAM, support for SATA 6GB, a PCIe slot for a 10GbE network card, and more. Includes 4K transcoding, Aes-ni encryption, room for an expansion unit, built-in speaker, and more.
QNAP has plenty of NAS models available for you to choose from, depending on what you want to do with a NAS. This guide will run you through the model numbers, showcasing a few fine examples from the company and helping you choose the best NAS for you.
Has an Intel Celeron Quad-Core 2.0GHz processor, 2GB DDR3L RAM, 6 GB/s SATA connections, hardware transcoding, and more. Use Virtualization Station to create multiple virtual machines. Play 1080p video and 7.1-channel audio via HDMI.
QNAP makes a series of Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices for professional and home usage. All of that sounds bizarre to myself, because frankly I don’t follow home-networking news. NAS devices though are becoming increasingly popular as homes – to break out a buzzword – become more ‘connected’ in 2014. For those still confused, it’s a home cloud server akin to having your own...