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Which 4 Disk NAS to go for?

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Hey guys,

I am looking into replacing the backup NAS unit at my office, its a QNAP 2disk, and its at least 6 to 8 years old.

Reason for change is that we will be moving photos and videos away from the in house server and onto the NAS unit (this is purely due to space on server being used too fast), while the server will still be backed up with Veeam, to the Nas unit, and then taking weekly backups of the Nas unit onto an external disk, this is for fire safety/insurance reasons.

Personally I run a Netgear ReadyNAS 104 RN10400, which seems to be out of production by now, but handles my files just fine, but i may need a little more power in the office, but we are talking a max of 4 users at a time accessing it, mainly it would be max 2 at a time daily.

What would people recommend. Not home build solutions wanted, i know its easy, but its not required.

A decent pace 4 Disk NAS unit, what can you point me to?
Date: Sep 22, 2016   


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