NAS (Network-Attached Storage) is a dedicated server with its own IP address that acts as a personal cloud for users on the network. The NAS serves as a centralized storage facility that can be accessed by multiple users on the network.

The mechanism of NAS operation
The NAS connects to the network and provides file storage to other devices on the network. Users can access files that are stored on a NAS device in the same way as they can access a local storage device. This makes the NAS a convenient solution for network file sharing, centralized data storage, remote access to organization resources and backup.

The role of the NAS
NAS plays an important role in data management, especially in environments where data sharing across systems and networks is required. As an example, organizations with geo-distributed offices and teams can be cited. NAS is an efficient shared resource management solution that allows you to control access permissions and maintain data consistency.

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