Qnap is a taiwanese company leader in Network Attached Storage (NAS) production (a NAS is basically an external hard disk with a network connection to share contents with all linked devices).
Call this NAS “network hard disk” is actually an understatement. Qnaps are little gems, in facts they integrate all kinds of services: a torrent client, automatic cloud backup systems, a DLNA server to share media content on compatible devices in the network and much more. It’s even possible to use integrated USB ports to share a printer or an additional storage device on the network.
There are products to suit all budgets and for all scenarios, from SOHO (1/2 bay to host up to 2 hard disks) to enterprise environments: (24 bay to host up to 24 hard disks).
And what about you? Do you think a Qnap could be a good solution to store your creations?