Network USB Storage with Iomega iConnect Wireless

Iomega has created an inexpensive way to wirelessly share USB drives and create a network-attached storage device, without a big investment.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 23, 2010
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The $100 Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station can be used to wirelessly share USB drives and create a network-attached storage device without investing a lot of time and money. According to the report on GadgetWise, when plugged into a home router, you can also access your data remotely using any Web-connected PC.


""The beauty of the iConnect is that it encourages you to make the most of the technology you already have. Just plug in USB thumb drives or USB external hard drives and you have created an inexpensive NAS device with wireless and remote-access capabilities. And that’s not all: The iConnect has a built-in media server, a print server, a torrent download manager for peer-to-peer file transfers and Time Machine support for Apple fans."

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