Data Storage & Backup

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As your business grows, your team needs access to more data. Whether you need network-attached storage, external drives for your team on the go, or simply to increase disk space on company computers we’re here for you. Velocity Solutions has teamed up with leading manufacturers to deliver great deals on data storage solutions.

Extra Protection for Your Data

By utilizing Dell Technologies PowerStore Solutions, businesses can benefit in various ways. Enhanced security and data protection is one significant benefit as these solutions provide companies with the tools they need to ensure that their sensitive information remains safe and secure. Additionally, utilizing these solutions can increase productivity and efficiency by streamlining workflow processes while also helping businesses save money when compared to traditional alternatives such as optical backup systems or physical servers.

Did You Know?

  • External drives can be connected via USB or other interfaces for quick and easy file transfers.
  • External drives provide an extra layer of security by keeping sensitive data separate from the main device.
  • Internal Drives are more cost-effective in terms of price per GB compared to external drives.
  • NAS can provide automatic backups and redundancy options for data protection.

Dell Technologies PowerStore Solutions

One of the key features of Dell Technologies PowerStore Solutions is its advanced data protection features. These features include self-encrypting drives as well as disaster avoidance and snapshots. Self-encrypting drives use advanced encryption algorithms to protect sensitive data from unauthorized access. At the same time, disaster avoidance and images provide a means for quickly and easily recovering lost or corrupted data in an emergency.

In addition to its robust data protection features, Dell Technologies PowerStore Solutions offers a range of scalable storage solutions. These include network-attached storage (NAS), internal solid-state hard drives, and external storage devices. Each solution is designed to meet businesses’ unique needs with varying computing power and storage capacity requirements.

Our Data Storage Options

Network Attached Storage

1. NAS

Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a hardware storage device that provides shared storage to computers on a network. It connects to a network via Ethernet cables and offers file-level access to devices on the same local area network. NAS devices typically operate independently, meaning they are not dependent on an operating system or any other program on the host computer. This makes them particularly useful for organizations that need to store large amounts of data but don’t want to invest in expensive shared storage solutions. They also require very little maintenance compared to other storage solutions, such as cloud-based storage or flash drives.

2. Internal Drives

An internal hard drive is a great way to increase the storage capacity of your computer. It provides more space than the internal memory and can store large amounts of data, including photos, movies, music, software programs and more. In addition, internal hard drives are easy to install and usually faster than external storage options like USB flash drives or memory cards. They are also generally cheaper than external drives of similar size, making them a cost-effective option for increasing the amount of storage you have available on your computer.

Internal Storage Solutions
USB External Storage Drive

3. External Drives

External USB storage drives are portable hard disk drives that connect to a computer or device through a USB port. They are used for backup and archiving purposes, as well as for transferring data from one computer to another. Most external USB drives have their own power source, meaning they don’t draw power from the USB port. In addition, many external USB drives also come with software that allows them to encrypt and protect data stored on them, making them much more secure than using regular hard disks.

Data Storage FAQ

Internal storage refers to digital information stored within a device’s hardware. External storage refers to digital data stored on separate devices that can be connected via USB or other interfaces.

Factors to consider include cost, security needs, accessibility, scalability for future growth, backup and recovery options, and compatibility with your devices and software.

Common types of data storage include internal hard drives, external hard drives, USB flash drives, memory cards, and cloud-based services.

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