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Why You Need a NAS (Network Attached Storage)

A Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a dedicated storage device that you interact with over a network. As time goes on, we accumulate more data and bigger files. Our storage needs seem to be outpacing the amount of available storage capacities on off-the-shelf PCs. In this event, where should you store your data? You can store it on an external hard drive, but these provide neither the storage space, nor the data protections a NAS will provide. You could also store your data in “the cloud” (someone else’s computer), but this presents serious privacy and security risks. In this episode, we explain these issues in more detail in addition to other benefits a NAS can provide (file sharing, media server, etc.). Please consider making a non-deductible contribution to help us break through Big Tech suppression and keep this podcast going. OpenAlias: Monero (XMR), Bitcoin (BTC), and Litecoin (LTC) addresses at

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