Don't-Miss Storage Stories
While not the fastest NAS (network-attached storage) device we’ve tested, the LaCie 2Big NAS was fairly simple to use and offers nice variety of features, including remote access using a browser or the LaCie MyNAS iOS app.
The WiebeTech UltraDock v5 is a multi-interface dock with a number of different connections, enabling users to connect drives mechanisms to a Mac.
Dropbox was an early offering in the online storage/file sync field, and you can rely on Dropbox to deliver the simplicity of always having files up to date everywhere
Dolly Drive is a portmanteau of remote storage, backup, and access options that could be a simple answer to a whole set of storage problems all in one package.
The Mercury Accelsior PCE Express SSD will certainly boost the performance of your Mac Pro, especially when it comes to booting, and processes such as rendering audio/video files.
CrashPlan+ is a cloud-based online backup program that offers three ways to access saved data: through an iOS app, through desktop software, or through CrashPlan’s website.
If you are paranoid about a natural disaster or a freak accident destroying your beloved files, then the Solo G3 may be the perfect storage solution for you.
Coming in 120GB and 240GB capacities, and priced at $430 and $700 respectively, Elgato’s Thunderbolt SSD is a solid-state drive that offers nice speed.
The My Book Thunderbolt Duo isn’t the fastest, most impressive Thunderbolt drive available, but it may be fast enough for some users, especially those who perform general, everyday tasks such as email, Web access, and office tasks.
The Iomega Helium, is a sleek, pocket-sized portable hard drive with a durable aluminum case. It offers users easy, on-the-go access to all of their files.
The Hitachi Touro Mobile Pro is a great-looking portable hard drive that offers fast transfer rates and additional online storage.
The Wi-Drive is a small flash drive that provides external storage for your iOS device.
Retrospect 9.0 is a powerful, reliable backup for organizations that require more than simple desktop-grade solutions. But it might take a system administrator to see the beauty beneath its flawed interface.