As I mentioned in my previous post, it's good to have various kinds of backups. Today I'm going to talk about on-site backups, in a Network Attached Storage.
Network Attached Storages (NAS) are small form computers which usually have at least two hard drives. The hard drives are often hot swappable and can be taken out without disassembling the computer. They are meant to be always on, so they don't consume a lot of power.
You can build your own NAS. It's not harder than building your own computer, but if you want it …continue.