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Network Attached Storage (NAS) – A Beginner’s Guide

NAS refers to dedicated file storage that allows multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to access data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection.

Aware of What a Network Administrator Does? Find Yourself

Network administration incorporates a wide array of operational tasks that help a network to run without any hassles. Without network administration, it would be challenging for even the smallest networks to maintain network operations.

QOS (Quality of Service) in Networking – A Beginner’s Guide

QoS refers to a broad set of networking technologies and mechanisms designed to guarantee predictable levels of network performance. QoS is an acronym of Quality of Service.

What is NFS (Network File System)? With Advantages

NFS refers to a network abstraction over a file system that permits a remote client to access it over a network in the same manner to a local file system. This file access is entirely transparent to the client and works across a variety of server and host architectures.

SFTP vs FTPS? Which One You Should Choose?

SFTP and FTPS, both implement robust algorithms for encrypting data and files to offer a high level of protection for file transfers. While both are secure, SFTP has an edge over FTPS. Lets learn how.

Network Time Protocol – A Timekeeper to Sync Time

Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a standard networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over variable-latency data networks. It follows a client-server model whereby a client requests time from an NTP server, and subsequently, the server responds.