Blogging the NY Times:Network Access Storage

Blogging the NY Times:Network Access Storage

Aug 3, 2007

We have already felt the pain of running out of disk space on our laptop. 60 gigabytes has moved to 100 gigabytes and we are certain that will soon be too small. The NY Times shares some advice about network accessed storage to help with the situation. Basically, network accessed storage is a large capacity hard drive that can be accessed by all the computers on the same network. If you have a wireless router and wireless computers you have all you need to get started.

There are many options available when it comes to this so your really need to think about how you are going to use it. File backup? File transfer between machines or even a central repository to store and stream music from? Every manufacturer does things a little bit diffferently. Read the full article here to get an initial overview.

Does anyone have a favorite or suggestions on which ones to stay away from?

- Image courtesy of Katherine Choi via The NY Times

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