Storage essentially means that files and documents are recorded digitally and saved in a storage system for future use. Storage systems may rely on electromagnetic, optical or other media to preserve and restore the data if needed. Data storage makes it easy to back up files for safekeeping and quick recovery in the event of an unexpected computing crash or cyberattack.

Data storage can occur on physical hard drives, disk drives, USB drives or virtually in the cloud. The important thing is that your files are backed up and easily available should your systems ever crash beyond repair. Some of the most important factors to consider in terms of data storage are reliability, how robust the security features tend to be and the cost to implement and maintain the infrastructure. Browsing through different data storage solutions and applications can help you arrive at the choice that is the best fit for your business' needs.

• Types of

Storage Solutions

Direct Attached Storage (DAS)

As the name might suggest, direct attached storage (DAS) includes types of data storage that are physically connected to your computer. This storage is generally accessible to only a single machine. Some common devices in this category include:

  • Hard Drives
  • Solid-Stade Drives (SSD)
  • CD/DVD Drives
  • Flash Drives
  • Tapes
  • many more...
DAS solutions are great for creating local backups and can be more affordable than NAS solutions, but sharing data between machines can be cumbersome.

Network Attached Storage (NAS)

NAS or Network-Attached Storage is another type of cloud storage device that is becoming rapidly popular among business owners. This storage device can easily be connected to your business network. Once integrated to your IT landscape, your employees and heterogeneous clients can easily store and retrieve data from it through a centralized location.

Storage as a Service (StaaS)

TStorage as a Service or STaaS is cloud storage that you rent from a Cloud Service Provider (CSP) and that provides basic ways to access that storage. Enterprises, small and medium businesses, home offices, and individuals can use the cloud for multimedia storage, data repositories, data backup and recovery, and disaster recovery. There are also higher-tier managed services that build on top of STaaS, such as Database as a Service, in which you can write data into tables that are hosted through CSP resources.

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