|Seagate Drives & QNAP NAS Solves SMB Challenge for MASHstudios|
|Monday, 29 September 2014 00:00|
Recently, QNAP and Seagate paid a customer visit to a furniture design firm in L.A. MASHstudios designs furniture for high tech Silicon Valley companies and while the Seagate team thought they were going to talk about how much storage the customer needed to design furniture, Seagate found out quickly that storage wasn’t their biggest challenge. In fact, storage wasn’t a challenge at all – they needed help protecting their IP from theft, collaborating easier with potential customers, preventing accidental file deletions that resulted in months of lost work even though they had a back-up, archival and even a few external drive enclosure sitting around.
Like so many SMBs they are growing but it’s these little hurdles that can disrupt them. How is an SMB to know that a NAS enclosure with the right NAS drive can solve those issues easily? That’s where you come in. Those of you who serve this market can be the light at the end of the tunnel of hurdles and solving these problems with a great solution from Seagate and QNAP. Dying to know how Seagate and QNAP did it? The two manufacturers have decided to tell you exactly how during an upcoming live webinar. Even more, they’ll even invite their favorite Furniture design firm to join them for the event. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about the world’s most preferred brand of drives for NAS and hear more about QNAP’s award winning NAS Solutions. Who knows you might even win one!
Advantages of Purpose-Built Seagate NAS HDDs
It’s important to remind your customers that Seagate NAS HDDs are not just slightly-modified desktop drives, but are specifically designed to operate in demanding NAS environments. The most obvious difference between NAS HDDs and standard desktop drives is their use of NASWorks™ technology.
NASWorks incorporates a comprehensive suite of capabilities that includes extended error recovery controls, advanced power management and NAS-specific vibration tolerance features, enabling NAS HDDs to deliver superior performance and reliability in 1- to 8-bay NAS enclosures. The benefits of NAS HDDs include: