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Howto: Migrating From One QNAP NAS to Another

Posted on Monday, August 13 2012 @ 14:47:12 CEST by


Migration should be on the minds of anyone owning a NAS. Let's face it, you aren't going to keep the same amount of data forever and most of us like to hang on to what we have. Let's say you didn't think ahead, or that your wallet had a few too many cobwebs in it before you made your initial NAS purchase and you bought something like the TS-419P+ or the TS-559PRO II. Well, now you finally had enough cheddar to get that snazzy TS-669PRO II you have always wanted, but you don't have enough disks to populate both devices for data transfer. Fear not, QNAP had this in mind when they built their systems and because of their forethought, you can upgrade with little worries. Read more at Computing on Demand.



 



 

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