Friday, April 15, 2011

Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive Cloud Edition (2TB) Review
Makers of network-attached-storage (NAS) devices have their heads in the clouds these days—and that's a good thing. At its core, a NAS drive is just a centralized repository on your home or small-office network that allows multiple people or computers to use it for file access and backups. Many of today’s NAS devices, though, also let you easily share your stored files with remote users. With one of these devices, you are essentially hosting your own “personal cloud,” to use Iomega's apt name for this scenario. The data isn’t stored in some far-away data center, but physically resides on your NAS device...