22 August, 2014: The Seagate Business Storage 4-Bay NAS is a low-cost and reliable storage product for both small businesses and consumers. Its integrated Universal Storage Module slot is a useful extra.Seagate’s four-bay Business Storage 4-Bay NAS server is the replacement for the company’s previous BlackArmor NAS 440 . Despite the name, it’s a simple network storage device that both consumers and business users can benefit from. In fact it has fewer business-related features than other advanced yet consumer-friendly servers I’ve reviewed, such as the Synology DS412+ or the QNAP TS-469 Pro , and it’s also slower. The Seagate Business Storage 4-Bay NAS has a design typical of the average four-bay NAS server and somewhat resembles its predecessor, the BlackArmor 440. On the front, a big door opens up to four front-facing drive bays. Each of these bays has a tray that can be easily pulled out in case you need to install or replace the hard drives, and no tool is need for the job.The server can host four standard SATA hard drives of any capacity, so with hard drives being as large as 4TB each, the new server can offer up to 16TB of raw storage space.As a network storage device, the Business Storage 4-Bay NAS has two Gigabit Ethernet ports on the back. Only one of the ports is needed but the two can be used together for either load-balancing or fail-safe purposes. Unfortunately, they can’t be used together to increase the server’s data rate, a feature available in some other high-end NAS servers.
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