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News about iomega
  • The Iomega brand is now LenovoEMC

    Iomega owner EMC said today it will replace the brand on business-class NAS products with LenovoEMC, a joint venture that now sells the SMB business hardware.

  • Synology RackStation: Virtualization storage on the cheap

    My lab is dotted with Synology NAS devices providing a wide array of services, from disk-based backup to general file sharing to shared storage for small virtualization build-outs. In all the years I've had these boxes spinning, they've never once let me down. In fact, I have a four-year-old Synology DS409 that is still performing perfectly. It hasn't lost a disk yet.

  • NAS shoot-out: Iomega StorCenter px6-300d

    The six-bay Iomega StorCenter px6-300d is the largest array you can get from Iomega before you venture into rack-mount servers, and it's just the kind of box you'd expect to see in a remote office or small to medium-sized business. Considering Iomega's parent EMC is a leader in the enterprise storage market, I had high expectations for this solution.

  • NAS shoot-out: QNAP TS-659 Pro II Turbo NAS

    The QNAP Turbo NAS became my favorite during the testing. What this unit lacks in special cloud features (see the <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/d/storage/nas-shoot-out-iomega-storcenter-px6-300d-175526">Iomega</a> and <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/d/storage/nas-shoot-out-netgear-readynas-pro-6-175759">Netgear</a> reviews), it makes up in performance and solid functionality. My feeling is that the QNAP would be best suited to a company that has a little more tech knowledge on hand, so the staff could take advantage of all that this box can do. The hardware is solid, and setup and administration are well documented and easy to manage, but with all of the functionality that this box offers, I'm not sure I'd give it to a nontechnical business user.

Features about iomega
  • Share USB storage everywhere

    If you thought USB drives were only for attaching to desktop or laptop computers, think again. Various manufacturers provide ways to connect such drives to your network, so you can retrieve files stored on them from across your network, or even via the Internet.

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