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Seagate Launches Windows Server 4-Bay NAS

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Seagate has introduced the Business Storage Windows Server 4-bay NAS, powered by a 2.13 GHz dual-core Intel Atom processor combined with Windows Storage Server 2012.

Designed for offices or workgroups with up to 50 employees, the 4-bay NAS centralizes storage to allow access, collaboration and sharing of files securely from all computers within a business network, while simultaneously hosting PC backups in one central location, says Seagate.

The Business Storage Windows Server 4-bay NAS comes in a range of capacities from 8TB for $1599.99 to 16TB for $1999.99.

[Image courtesy: Seagate]

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