Cross-platform File Sharing - QNAP


Cross-platform File Sharing

Cross-platform File Sharing

Centralized data storage across multiple platforms

QNAP NAS improves file sharing and teamwork efficiency by allowing users to access and share files on both internal and external networks, and supports user access controls to protect important data, providing an all-in-one solution for data storage, sharing and management.

QNAP Cross-platform File Sharing

Challenges in storing, sharing and managing data

Your colleagues, clients and working partners may use different operating systems such as Windows®, Mac®, Linux® and UNIX®. So how do you streamline the intricate process of sharing and accessing data? For the majority of small and medium businesses, they hope employees can handle the privilege settings for their projects without the assistance of IT professionals. Most importantly, data loss caused by unpredictable disk failure could make businesses suffer from disastrous loss.

QNAP NAS, the best data storage center

  • Huge capacity Huge capacity

    Built with 1 to 24 bays, tower to rackmount form factors, and intended for businesses to workgroups to home users; QNAP have a comprehensive selection of NAS solutions to meet a wide range of user requirements.

  • Cross-platform file sharing Cross-platform file sharing

    QNAP NAS supports SMB/CIFS, AFP, WebDAV, and NFS protocols, allowing you to quickly transfer and share files across computers with different operating systems without compatibility constraints.

  • Easy-to-use QTS OS Easy-to-use QTS OS

    QNAP’s intelligent QTS operating system features an intuitive user interface that simplifies system management and settings so that even users with little IT expertise can use it. The multitasking, multi-window design further increases your productivity.

  • User access controls User access controls

    Administrators can create shared folders, user groups, and users on the QNAP NAS with specified read and write access. To save effort on account creation and management, domain user accounts and passwords can be imported to QNAP NAS easily by joining the NAS to an Windows AD® or LDAP domain.

  • RAID data protection RAID data protection

    QNAP NAS supports RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 and hot spare configurations such as 5+ hotspare, 6+ hotspare and 10+ hotspare to protect the system from possible data loss caused by hard disk drive failure.

  • High-speed data transfer High-speed data transfer

    QNAP NAS delivers excellent performance with high-speed network transmission, reducing the waiting time of file upload and download. With 1GbE and 10GbE support available, many models also offer multiple LAN ports that are capable of load balancing and fault tolerance to maintain the high availability of the system and data.