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Storage

 

 ioSafe

 

ioSafe

ioSafe specializes in disaster proof hardware. Protecting and securing such hardware, which is essentially a Synology NAS in a hardened chassis, is no easy task as all of their products are able to protect data from most elements for long periods of times. From fire, to cold, to water; ioSafe has you covered.

Our Experience

QPC engineers extend their extensive Synology NAS experience into ioSafe product line. ioSafe NAS should be used whenever offsite backups are not practical within the required time.

Our Insight

An ioSafe is essential for a business that cannot afford a WAN link (internet connection) that has adequate upload speed in order to send a copy of all changed backup files to an offsite location on a daily basis.

 

 Synology

 

Synology

Synology is responsible for data management that is responsive and flexible. Therefore, Synology has created software that acts as a hybrid cloud that has a web based platform. Bringing accessibility of the public cloud with the security of a private cloud, brings their technologies to life. Amongst that, Synology invests time into building and assembling NAS servers. ioSafe NAS are designed to be fireproof, waterproof, and damage proof in most common disaster scenarios. Anti-theft brackets can also be installed.

Our Experience

QPC is Synology Silver and Gold certified and has implemented over 30 NAS for clients as well as multisite installations with site-to-site data replication.

Our Insight

NAS (network attached storage) can be used as a backup destination for primary storage such as a few PCs and a server. Alternatively, a more robust NAS can be a primary storage location for a group of users. Multi-user storage is often best delivered through a Windows server, but is not absolutely required. All NAS manufacturers publish list of approved/certified hard drives. Use of only certified hard drives inside of an ioSafe is even more critical due to the sealed nature of the NAS in order to avoid hard drives that overheat.