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Are hard drives in PCs and consumer devices on their way out? Analysts had mixed opinions, leaving open the option that it could happen.
Amazon is making it even harder to pass up its Prime membership, by offering subscribers the same unlimited photo storage it once reserved for those who bought the Fire Phone.
Already a major player in the SMB networking space, Ruckus now wants to grab a slice of the small office/home office pie.
The free upgrade rolls out to all users in the coming months, forcing other storage services to up their game.
The private cloud is no longer about merely storing your data more safely than on public cloud services. NAS lets you set up virtualization services on hardware you own and manage, saving money and boosting your peace of mind.
All-you-can-store is gone for good as Bitcasa blames user abuse and low demand
If you're looking for a place to stay this summer where you can hole up with Netflix in the evening, avoid some of the hotel industry's biggest names.
Asus was first to announce, but it looks like Netgear will be first to market.
Network Attached Storage is no longer just a utility. NAS devices are rapidly becoming the gateway to the next level of technological development.
This portable hard drive creates its own remote Wi-Fi hotspot. But if the Seagate-Samsung product name baffles you, we can explain that, too.
Citrix announced a slew of Sharefile improvements at its Citrix Synergy conference in Anaheim this week, including the ability to connect with personal Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, and OneDrive accounts.
Netgear is the first network-attached storage vendor to support the BitTorrent Sync protocol.
The company’s upcoming chipset promises to boost 802.11ac throughput by a factor of 10.
The enterprise version of Dropbox comes with a variety of IT controls