CRU has launched a new 5-Bay Network Attached Storage (NAS) device that can protect up to 140TB of data from fire or water damage in the event of a disaster. The ioSafe 1019+ is built to withstand temperatures of up to 1,550 degrees Fahrenheit for up to 30 minutes – long enough to survive most fires – or submersion in up to 10 feet of water for three days. It is based on the Synology DS1019+ NAS device and uses the Synology Disk Station Manager (DSM) operating system in combination with ioSafe’s patented DataCast and Hydrosafe technologies to protect hard drives and stored data from damage. Other features include 256-bit AES encryption and a full data recovery service, as well as data backup, file syncing and sharing, and media management. CRU CEO Randal Barber said: “Following CRU’s acquisition of ioSafe in July 2018, we’ve been working to release new disaster-proof ioSafe devices. The 1019+ is the first of these products.”
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