If you're in the market for a multimedia-friendly NAS that also plays nice with OS X, ASUSTOR's latest network-attached storage servers have what you're looking for, and are now available with a wireless remote control and other goodies.
Network-attached storage (NAS) may not be the sexiest hardware purchase, but for serving up media content or sharing files across a network, such investments can be a godsend. Asustor's Apple-friendly NAS lineup combines attractive hardware powered by dual-core Intel Atom processors with its own innovative ADM (Asustor Data Master) operating system for cross-platform support across Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Online storage service Dolly Drive is taking a jump into Mac-centric business products with the new Dock Station, a hardware and cloud-based backup, sync and storage solution being unveiled this weekend at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) trade show in Las Vegas.
As more homes become networked for modern Wi-Fi technology, having centralized storage that can be shared by the entire household makes good sense. Thankfully, network-attached storage (NAS) is plentiful and cheap -- and with a few caveats, can even be used to get your iPhoto collection off your computer and onto your network.