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Manage Your Media More Effectively with NAS

Network attached storage may be your best bet to get those unruly pictures, music files, and videos under control in a flash. Here's your plan of attack.

Seagate Business Storage Windows Server

Seagate Business Storage Windows Server review: No-nonsense NAS for business

Running Microsoft's Server Essentials 2012 Workgroup edition, Seagate's Business Storage Windows Server NAS box is a good fit for Windows-centric houses. But it's pricey for the features provided.

Seagate Business Storage Windows Server review

Seagate's Business Storage Windows Server is a fast file server, and it delivers better default security than Linux-based devices. But it's write speed renders it less appealing for client backups.

Run Your Small Business or Home Office Like an Enterprise

With a few smart adjustments, you can get all the capabilities of the big guys without breaking your budget. Here's how.

Go NAS for Amped-Up Security

A smart NAS setup can help protect you from intruders both virtual and physical. Here's how.

WD Purple hard drive

WD says its new Purple hard drives are optimized for 24/7 video surveillance

Western Digital's new drives are designed for systems with up to 32 IP cameras.

lacie 5big

Lacie's massive 25TB RAID array should store all of your videos, and then some

The drive is among the highest capacity available today, naturally.

Toshiba Canvio Home

Toshiba announces new network storage device for consumers

Canvio Home Backup & Share works with Macs, PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

Lenovo Beacon Home Cloud

Lenovo returns to personal storage, announces the Beacon Home Cloud at CES

This is the company’s first consumer storage product since 2009.

802.11ac routers

Revealed! The best and worst 802.11ac Wi-Fi routers of 2013

Find out which routers rose to the top and which ones sank to the bottom after we subjected them to our comprehensive lab tests.

Trendnet TEW-812DRU V2 router review: Barely the basics

Sometimes, cheap means inexpensive; other times, it just means cheap. This router may save you a little money, but don't expect anything beyond basic features and performance in return.