Data Storage: Cisco, Seagate, NetGear Pack Security Into Enterprise NAS Storage

 
 
By Nathan Eddy  |  Posted 2011-10-31
 
 
 

NetGear Ready NAS Ultra 6 ($1,065)

Boasting multiple volume support for RAID 0, 1, 5 and 6, so you can select the configuration that's right for your system, the Ultra 6 allows your data to be spread out and duplicated across multiple drives.

NetGear Ready NAS Ultra 6 ($1,065)

Synology DiskStation 12-Bay ($1,699.99)

The encrypted FTP server and the Web-based file explorer, Synology File Station 2, plus HTTPS, firewall and IP auto-block support ensure file sharing over the Internet is protected at a high security level.

Synology DiskStation 12-Bay ($1,699.99)

Buffalo Technology TeraStation Pro 6 WSS ($1,827.39)

TeraStation Pro 6 WSS supports full disk encryption and support for NTFS for very specific file-level security.

Buffalo Technology TeraStation Pro 6 WSS ($1,827.39)

Iomega StorCenter PX6-300d ($799.99)

The Iomega offers native security support with robust username and password authorized access, as well as additional manage capacity by setting maximum limits per user.

Iomega StorCenter PX6-300d ($799.99)

Seagate BlackArmor 4TB ($399.99)

This affordable appliance, which provides centralized storage and backup for up to 20 PCs, offers hardware-based encryption for powerful file security.

Seagate BlackArmor 4TB ($399.99)

Cisco NSS 326 6-Bay ($1,301)

This Cisco appliance offers highly secure remote and Web access, in addition to on-disk data encryption.

Cisco NSS 326 6-Bay ($1,301)

QNAP TS-209 II Turbo ($399.99)

A server manager can create user ID and password, and define the authority and quota of each user and allow or deny specified IP connections to the appliance.

QNAP TS-209 II Turbo ($399.99)

Thecus N4200 4-Bay ($632)

After the array is built, its storage space is completely encrypted via a partition-level approach.??í

Thecus N4200 4-Bay ($632)

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