Shim Sham Life. is pleased to announce the launch of its new website: Network Storage Reviews. It provides articles and reviews on network attached storage devices to help you pick out the best NAS device for your needs.
South Pasadena, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/11/2014 -- Emil Yau and Yakka, Inc. are proud to announce the launch of their new website: Network Storage Reviews. It provides articles and reviews on network attached storage devices to help people pick out the best NAS device for their needs
Emil Yau is an internet programmer and marketing consultant that specializes in the research of under-served information markets. Emil also works as a senior linux and unix administrator and so this website’s launch comes from Emil’s own enthusiasm for computers and technology.
“I have worked with a lot of servers and external storage devices in my career. Seeing this technology move into the home markets is incredible. Who would have even thought a few years ago some consumers would be purchasing 2-bay disk units or even 5-bay disk units for their home?” says Yau. “Or for that matter something as large as a 2TB NAS or even 8TB NAS. And with that, there are so many new players in the game providing high quality network attached storage technology. For example, many people will have heard of Western Digital NAS devices and Buffalo NAS devices. But how many people have heard of Synology NAS enclosures - who happen to be the number one top selling NAS enclosure amongst hard core network storage users?”
With that said, Yau sees a need for better education on the available NAS products which is one mission he wants to accomplish with his NAS reviews website. Yau sees a further need for more knowledge about network attached storage for consumers. When it comes to researching computer technology, a lot of buzzwords are thrown around and a lot of people jump into the products without understanding proper ways to use the technology. “Having worked with storage for so long, there is some danger and risk when bringing storage to the home. Without understanding proper preparation for redundancy and disk usage, consumers may end up witha false sense of security for their important and sentimental files and data,” says Yau. “Along with the reviews, I plan to also offer some useful tutorials on planning out your home storage.”
Since the website launch this year, Yau has already written informative articles on various network attached storage with the promise of more to come. “Thank goodness for system administration - a great career for the obsessive paranoids like myself,” Yau muses. "And now I hope to put my idiosyncracies to good use with my Network Storage Reviews website. I hope many people find our sites useful.”
For more details, visit the Network Storage Reviews website.
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