Business Solutions for Data Storage
Combining your information from numerous computers in a data storage device provides you with a multitude of advantages, including the power to backup and retrieve your data easier than ever before.
What is RAID Storage?
RAID storage refers to “Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks”, and is the practice of saving information on a server which then safeguards your information by replicating it on several disks which are then saved on the server. If one of the disks in the RAID fails, your data will be okay since the other disks have copies of the identical information.
Folks who could reap the benefits of RAID include any person who uses their computer system to store a substantial amount of data which they would not like to lose. If you are currently storing your information on a standard drive, you may lose everything if your drive crashes.
In the event you lose your information in a crash, you will likely have to take your system to an IT shop in order to attempt to retrieve your data. Computer data recovery is generally expensive and doesn’t always work. And, even if you are able to retrieve some of your information, usually only parts of files are able to be retrieved, which often renders them useless. Other times, what is savable just comes back as unusable garbage.
What is NAS RAID?
NAS Storage is a RAID system that uses a Network Attached Storage device, (NAS), in order to protect you from information loss when your drive fails. And with hard drives, it really IS just a matter of time before they crash. They may work fine for months or years and then one day just stop. And the major problem with that is you never know right when it is going to fail, so the only way to protect your data is to back it up.
What is JBOD?
JBOD stands for “Just a Bunch of Disks” or “Just a Bunch of Drives,” which is essentially what it is. JBOD allow folks to simply connect drives to their computer. Unlike RAID and NAS RAID, JBOD simply adds extra connections without the redundancy of backups. The nice part about JBOB is that it allows you to handle odd-sized drives as though they were a single unit. For example, a 30GB drive and a 10GB drive would register as one 40GB drive. That makes JBOD a great choice for folks who have a lot of odd-sized drives around
Rack Monitors – Another Great Business Solution
A durable display system mounted on metal racks is known as a Rack monitor or Rackmount LCD. This revolutionary product is attached to an aluminum or steel frame with regularly-spaced holes which are then connected to the matching holes in the steel bars on a rack. This enables the display unit to be securely attached to the rack. Rackmonitors can be found in numerous sizes and the distinctive structure of the Rackmount LCD efficiently utilizes rack-mountable room which makes it a great option for environments with confined spaces.