NAS stands for “Network Attached Storage.” It is a type of data storage device that is connected to a network and can be accessed by devices on that network. NAS devices typically contain one or more hard drives, and are used to store and share files, such as documents, music, and video, over a network. They can be used in home, office, or enterprise settings, and are a convenient and efficient way to store and access data from multiple devices. Some NAS devices also have built-in features such as media streaming, backup and recovery, and data protection.

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