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Do you need your own NAS Device?

The answer is “Yes” however I need to go more into detail on why you need it and what it can do. First I need to explain what a NAS device is.  Networked Attached Storage or NAS is a device that sits inside your network and allows you to place your files on them so you can retrieve them multiple ways. For example, Dropbox is kind of like a NAS device. You can put your files in a folder inside Dropbox. You then can move things around, copy, edit, send and share all from your computer, phone, tablet and even logging into the Dropbox website if you need to use someone else’s computer. The downside to Dropbox is space limitations.

The free version will get you 2GB of space and you can get more by simply sending your ‘link’ to a friend and they sign up for it. Bam you both get a few extra MB’s for doing it. 

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