Network attached storage (NAS) is a network-attached storage device designed to serve multiple computers and other devices in your office or home network. NAS can be used for storing files, multimedia content, and backing up data.

The NAS device has its own operating system and uses special software to manage and access the data on the network. These devices typically include multiple hard drives which can be combined in a shared storage RAID array to provide a high level of fault tolerance and data protection.

With NAS, computers and devices on the same network can treat the files on the device as if they were local files. This can simplify data sharing between users.

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