NAS devices are known as personal cloud storage because they offer similar functions of popular third-party cloud storage services like Google Drive and Dropbox.
By keeping sensitive data on cloud-based platforms, your data isn’t secured. The servers of such platforms can be broken into or hacked. In such an event, you might lose your data. With NAS, the data is secured by AES 256-bit encryption, login credentials, and various other measures.
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