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Qnap TS-451+ review: a four-bay NAS with speed to burn 
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Qnap TS-451+ review: a four-bay NAS with speed to burn

Looking for a network attached storage device with plenty of capacity, speed and features? The Qnap TS-451+ may be just what you’re after.
How to move files between an Android phone and PC wirelessly 
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How to move files between an Android phone and PC wirelessly

We show you how to manage your mobile files via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or the cloud.
Boost your NAS capacity with Seagate IronWolf 
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Boost your NAS capacity with Seagate IronWolf

Seagate's new IronWolf Pro drive means each bay of your network attached storage device can store 10TB of data.
Dropbox tightens up on free accounts 
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Dropbox tightens up on free accounts

Australian users on Dropbox's Basic plan are now only able to sync between two computers.
Sandisk's fast new mobile storage device reviewed  
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Sandisk's fast new mobile storage device reviewed

The iXpand Flash Drive 3.0 speeds up computer to iPad/iPhone file transfers thanks to a USB 3.0 interface.
How businesses are using Dropbox as a 'data hub' 
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How businesses are using Dropbox as a 'data hub'

The cloud storage service is now being used to connect apps and people, according to a Dropbox executive.
How much storage do you really need? 
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How much storage do you really need?

Buying a new system or upgrading an old one? Here are five steps to selecting the right capacity SSD for your needs.
Six essential network storage tips 
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Six essential network storage tips

Here are six tips you need to know when choosing, configuring and using a NAS.
Which NAS device? 
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Which NAS device?

We look at network attached storage devices for a range of small business needs – from basic file-sharing to advanced network features.
NAS buyer's guide for small business 
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NAS buyer's guide for small business

Network attached storage is an ideal way for small offices to share and backup data. We explain what to look for when buying one of these devices.
WD's affordable new network storage device reviewed 
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WD's affordable new network storage device reviewed

The WD My Cloud EX2 Ultra offers plenty for the money, including the ability to manage it via the web or mobile device. We took it for a spin to see if it lives up to its promise.
Expand the effective capacity of your iPad or iPhone 
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Expand the effective capacity of your iPad or iPhone

Lexar's microSD Reader is a flexible way to move files on and off an iPad or iPhone.
HP adds to its line of SME storage products 
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HP adds to its line of SME storage products

If your IT provider is looking for enterprise-style features in a storage platform, this new HP StoreVirtual hardware might be of interest.
Product Brief: Seagate Business Storage 4-bay NAS 
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Product Brief: Seagate Business Storage 4-bay NAS

Not everyone needs a high-end, business-grade NAS at home. But for those that do, this Seagate 4-bay unit can handle up to 16TB.
Looking for storage? Seagate has five new small business NAS devices 
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Looking for storage? Seagate has five new small business NAS devices

Seagate has announced a new portfolio of Networked Attached Storage (NAS) solutions specifically designed for today’s small businesses.
Setting up a NAS? Western Digital now has 6TB WD Red drives 
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Setting up a NAS? Western Digital now has 6TB WD Red drives

Setting up a NAS for your home office? Here is a brief rundown of Western Digital's new WD Red and WD Red Pro drives.
Here's how Seagate gave a small business with 22 external backup drives a "storage makeover" 
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Here's how Seagate gave a small business with 22 external backup drives a "storage makeover"

See how Seagate helped this two-man Gold Coast business solve their backup nightmare.
Anthony Caruana: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013 
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Anthony Caruana: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013

Agree? Disagree? Click to see Anthony's picks for the technology he thinks made the most difference this year.
Krishan Sharma: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013 
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Krishan Sharma: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013

There are two pieces of technology that Krishan found particularly useful in 2013 and they both relate to storage. Click to see what they are.
If you need to carry around a lot of data, this could be the ticket 
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If you need to carry around a lot of data, this could be the ticket

Hauling hundreds of Gigabytes of engineering data to job sites, or architectural plans to give to contractors? In theory, this Lacie Rugged 2TB drive will protect it from bumps.
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