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Review: Cisco Smart Storage is Network Attached Storage Made Easy

- June 23, 2010 - 2 Comments

We recently announced our next generation of network attached storage products for small business, Cisco NSS 300 Series Smart Storage.  CRN got their hands on one and has a great review of the product.

Here’s an excerpt:

“Setup is absolutely idiot-proof, and that’s saying a lot about a box that not only serves files to Linux, Mac and Windows clients, but also does performs FTP, HTTP, NFS, iTunes, Twonky media, WordPress and MySQL services by simply checking a box.”

We know how important ease of use is when it comes to technology, and we made that a priority with this product–glad to see it pay off!

Read the entire review at CRN.com.

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2 Comments

  1. Well, I have not yet read this blog article, but it seems intersting.I would like to read more in future. Keep up the good work.

  2. Network attached storage is a great option for small businesses. We use it both to backup our Microsoft servers to and, occasionally, replace the Windows server altogether - especially when the situation is not worth spending money on the server licenses and CALs.

     

    We have reviews on many network attached storage devices for small business at our website; perhaps we can pick up a Cisco unit to review.

     

    http://NetworkStorageTips.com

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