Visit http://tiger.tv/more_info/?243 for more on this NAS storage device. At last, there is a Network Attached Storage device for small businesses and home offices that allows you to quickly and easily add capacity or swap out drives without down time. The automated RAID expansion is made possible by our patent pending X-RAID technology while hot swap support allows you to replace a disk without powering down the system. Leading performance is assured with our custom network storage microprocessor and a Gigabit Ethernet network port. ReadyNAS couples out of the box deployment and easy management with robust file serving and data redundancy.
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Visit http://tiger.tv/more_info/?254 for more info on this NAS device. ReadyNAS 1100 was designed specifically for small businesses and workgroups. The ultra efficient, rack-mountable, 1U Network Attached Storage (NAS) appliance is cost-effective as well as rich in features, including Gigabit Ethernet, hardware RAID, continuous system monitoring and effortless Active Directory integration. With ReadyNAS, there is no additional software to install because the operating system is embedded. Unlike other complicated or proprietary storage solutions, the ReadyNAS 1100 is a new class of NAS designed to meet the requirements of increasingly energy efficient computing environments. The ReadyNAS 1100 packs 2-gigabit interfaces, hardware RAID and 4 Hot Swap SATA disks all in a remarkable 12-inch deep 1U chassis! Quickly add network storage for any workgroup or department with the ReadyNAS 1100.
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live.pirillo.com - geeks.pirillo.com - I have a hard drive without an enclosure, and I don't really have any extra enclosures. I need to get to the data that is on this hard drive. I either need to buy an enclosure to put it into just long enough to access my data. Or... is there another way I can get access to the information on the hard drive without putting it into an enclosure?
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The ad campaign also underscores a key change in the computer industry: the move to laptop computers and away from desktops. One impact of that change is that it has led to a decline in business for makers of generic desktops — like the guy on the street corner who used to assemble “white box” computers (laptops are tougher to make on the fly than desktops). In turn, Seagate and other parts providers are doing less business with the resellers who supplied white box makers, and hoping to do more by selling extra drive space directly to consumers.
This is interesting change in the market. For example, CD drives, RAM, are generally not advertised to the public.