Western Digital has invented a new energy-assisted recording technology to increase storage densities on hard drives. This means that more…
Apple users be warned, CIA exploits revealed! Yesterday in a press release WikiLeaks revealed detailed documentation of serveral CIA projects designed to exploit and infect Apple Mac firmware. Most notably the, “NightSkies 1.2” project has been released and is expressly designed to be installed on iPhones before leaving the factory and according to WikiLeaks the CIA has been infecting the iPhone supply chain since 2008.
Often people do not take into consideration outside factors when buying a new computer or new technology. While these external variables might not be as critical as the actual machine hardware specifications – it is still important. Traditionally, these other factors are directly related to environment. More specifically power, temperature, and debris. So when buying a new computer you will want to keep the following in mind to hopefully prevent hardware failures in the future.
What is a NAS?
In the world of technology, a NAS is an acronym to meaning, “network-attached storage”. Basically, it is a stand-alone storage device that is connected to your network – kinda like a workstation that has lots of storage and runs a very basic Operating System. It’s primary function is to provide a file system and storage, and to be online and available to serve those files to the users. Generally, you see these devices serving files (instead of requiring a dedicated server) or sometimes used as a repository for backup jobs.