Today the amount of digital data is growing rapidly and the demand for network storage is increasing in almost every government sectors or departments. QNAP NAS is an ideal storage solution which can be integrated with the IT-based projects of the government to bring extra values to the working environment. The NAS supports convenient file transfer and sharing across departments to increase productivity and work efficiency. Multiple built-in applications such as FTP server, web server, remote replication, and file server, can be easily maintained without extra cost and professional IT knowledge.
Benefits of QNAP NAS:
- Easy integration with IT projects
- Low solution costs
- Secure data access control
- Data backup
Easy integration with IT projects
QNAP NAS supports full standard network protocols and can be integrated as the primary or secondary storage. The server requires the least IT resources for setup and maintenance. All-in-one server features such as FTP server, printer server, web server, file server, backup server, and so on are built-in and they can be managed via the web-based interface without professional knowledge.
Low solution costs
QNAP NAS can be utilized as the shared storage of VMware virtualization environments and Windows cluster servers. Compared to Fibre storage systems, the NAS is a more competitive and reasonably-priced network storage solution.
Secure data access control
Industry-class data encryption is provided by QNAP NAS to enhance data security. Individual access rights can be assigned at the same time without complicated procedures. The NAS also provides a comprehensive log system for your IT administrator to keep track of the system events and connection history from different network protocols.
QNAP NAS can be configured as the primary and secondary backup centre of the data. The server provides advanced RAID protection against hard drive failure. You can also configure automatic schedulable backup of the data to remote devices. The data can be retrieved more quickly and easily than using traditional tapes.