Reliable, high-quality data helps employees and leaders make sound business decisions. When quality data can be easily accessed, analysed and acted upon, it provides value that translates into progress, including customer confidence, relationships and sales.
What is NAS?
A NAS (Network Attached Storage) device is a storage device connected to a network that allows storage and retrieval of data from a central location for authorised network users and varied clients.
NAS devices are flexible and scale-out, meaning that as you need additional storage, you can add to what you have. NAS is like having a private cloud in the office; It’s faster, less expensive and provides all the benefits of a public cloud on-site, giving you complete control.
NAS Solutions from CMS
CMS Distribution delivers bespoke NAS solutions from our hardware and software portfolios, with each one built upon our ever-evolving knowledge of the IT landscape and its developments.
We take the time to understand the context of each unique customer situation and requirement, before utilising the industry-leading knowledge of our product specialists to unite equipment from across our product directory.
Contact your Account Manager to discover how our flexible NAS Solutions can meet your business needs.
The CMS NAS Solutions partners
Seagate are a data storage company which offer an enormous growth opportunity through advanced data hardware with their IronWolf NAS Solutions. Find out more…
Toshiba is a world leader and innovator in pioneering high technology, offering scalable and flexible NAS Solutions. Find out more…
Western Digital offers an expansive portfolio of tehnologies, storage devices, systems and solutions for business and consumers alike. Find out more…
QNAP specialise in NAS Solutions used for file sharing, virtualisation, storage management and surveillance apps. Find out more…
Synology specialise in NAS – DiskStation for Desktop, Flash Station for all-flash and Rackmount models for RackStation. Find out more…
Why CMS NAS Solutions?
Are you seeing an increased requirement for data storage?
How important is it that this data is protected? (RAID and data protection; private cloud storage)
How quickly does this data need to be accessed? (remote access / anywhere / anytime) one central location for data)
Do you need your data storage device to provide more? (IP surveillance, media servers, backup and replication)