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ioSafe bring data redundancy to the mix with N2

ioSafe bring data redundancy to the mix with N2 at CES 2013

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 15, 2013 11:28 am

CES 2013 - We're big fans of ioSafe around here. Anyone who has ever lost data before has to be a fan and everyone else will one day be a fan. ioSafe follows the KISS theory, Keep it Simple Stupid. Their products don't look flashy, aren't complicated but they do exactly what the company says they do.



It's difficult to even put ioSafe products in a single category. Are they external storage, data safes, or akin to S&M bondage machines for reviews like myself? They are a bit of all three but for you they are peace of mind when what seemingly would be the worst day of your life. Your data lost of still available after a flood or fire, your choice.


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ioSafe's new product, N2 is a small dual-bay NAS running Synology software. The N2 is the first NAS to withstand fire and/or flood damage. As with any fire, the fire department almost always introduces water damage to your belongings so the N2 is able to withstand both right out of the box.


We have a unit on the way and hope to get a review posted soon.

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