Helps in protecting critical data on office networks when users bring their own device to work
Apical, distributor for solution based product line, today announced that Thecus NAS helps in protecting critical data of employees resulting in increase in employee productivity.
Employees don’t need to get used to new systems (special applications can be installed on their own device afterwards), therefore employee satisfaction can be optimized and systems familiarity may lead to better productivity, claims Thecus. BYOD not only brings advantages to the employee, but also helps in saving expenses for employers. The convenience of BYOD creates some issues, such as the separation of private and business data. If an employee is using his personal laptop at his work, he has concerns about his private documents on the office network.
Use of NAS devices both at home and in the office provides safety from any misuse of personal data online. Even though NAS servers are accessible via internet, users can set specific folders to local and restricted user access only. With this feature, users don’t need to copy files locally on their laptop anymore. They can simply work on the file stored on the NAS so that no sensitive data of any kind is used by anyone who is not supposed to have access to it.
Thecus offers NAS devices suitable for every environment, such as the recently launched 2-bay Thecus N2560 for home users, SMB solution such as the 5-bay Thecus N5550, and the full-fledged enterprise rackmount like the 16-bay Thecus N16000PRO that comes with the newest features expected from an enterprise NAS.