Buffalo’s new cost-effective TeraStation WSS 2012 R2

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Our new Windows Storage Server offers businesses a cost-effective solution to IP storage.

This economical Windows Storage Server R2 combines high-performance NAS with the power and convenience of Windows operating system, providing a seamless, efficient and secure solution to network integration and BYOD.

If you have a small/medium size business then this product is invaluable to you. The fully populated series, in either Rackmount or Desktop formats, is available with various capacities from 4 to 24TB.

The TeraStation WSS 2012 R2 comes equipped with powerful Intel Atom Dual-Core processors and enables Active Directory integration, meaning that you can manage access and storage in the same way as you do with your Windows Server.

Supported by RAID the device provides a secure backup function and the hot swap functionality enables you to change disks without any downtime. New features such as work folders, simplify BYOD by enabling users to access work files from their personal computers and mobile devices.

Julia Molzen, Senior Manager Marketing & PR Europe at Buffalo Technology, says:

“The latest Windows Storage Server R2 series delivers convenience and ease of use especially in
Windows environments, without compromising on performance. Making it perfect for small to medium
businesses. New features, such as work folders, facilitate BYOD by enabling users to access
work files from their personal computers and mobile devices.

The TeraStation WSS 2012 R2 covers every business area, providing the backup capabilities required from a high performing and secure data storage solution.

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