This week: Network Storage & Data Transfer
Sharing files on a network is a common practice that is largely taken for granted. What methods and protocols are in use, and is one better than the others? This week, we explained the differences and when it may be useful to make a conscious choice.
Most people don't know what protocol they are using when sharing files, or maybe even that there is one in use. Here's what is really going on behind the scenes.
In the storage realm, file, block, and object are the three most common storage types. Learn how they are similar, how they are different, and which best fits your needs.
Like many things when it comes to networking, you have choices. For example, which networking storage protocol should you use? Learn the differences between three common ones.