CRU last week took over ioSafe, creating a company that owns both software and hardware assets to create disaster-resistant storage solutions. Given their different specialties, CRU and ioSafe do not have products that compete directly against each other, so the product lineups of both companies will continue to complement each other in CRU’s future family of devices. ioSafe sells fireproof and waterproof NAS and storage servers. This somtimes includes servers designed by other companies, such as Synology. ioSafe’s products are aimed at clients from military or manufacturing industries who need disaster-resistant storage solutions and in some cases are tailor-made. By contrast, CRU develops and builds its products in house and specializes on rugged storage solutions for audio/video production, business markets, digital forensics investigators and so...
ioSafe's disaster-resistant storage devices are unique in the market. Yesterday, they introduced the latest member of their backup and data recovery (BDR) server lineup - the BDR 515. It...2 by Anton Shilov on 2/4/2016
At CES 2015, we got the chance to sit down and talk with the folks over at ioSafe. Their disaster-resistant storage devices are unique in the market. We reviewed...2 by Ganesh T S on 1/14/2015
The 3-2-1 data backup strategy involves keeping three copies of all essential data, spread over at least two different devices with at least one of them being off-site or...43 by Ganesh T S on 8/13/2014
Prior to CES, Synology sent out a press release touting the upcoming launch of the DiskStation Manager 5.0 public beta. It talked about the new features at a very...13 by Ganesh T S on 1/12/2014
Consumers understand the importance of keeping their documents and other material possessions safe from unexpected disasters. Towards this, many invest in fireproof and waterproof safes. However, as the digital...34 by Ganesh T S on 4/9/2012