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Your network server is a computer system, which is used as the central repository of data and various programs that are shared by users in a network. This helps to easily distribute data throughout multiple devices to encourage a strong communication between them.

The growing popularity of network attached storage (NAS) for home users reflects this technology’s straddling of two lines. On one hand, it can act like a private cloud server, and on the other hand, it still protects your information without necessarily exposing it to the internet.

NAS challenges the conventional file-server approach by creating systems designed specifically for data storage. Instead of starting with a general purpose computer and configuring or removing features from that base, NAS designs begin with the bare-bones components necessary to support file transfers and add features from the bottom up.