Centralized, shareable data storage for home, small office, and business teams. Save, access, and share content with an internet-connected NAS device.
Connect NAS to your network and access it from any device with an internet connection.
Automatically save, store, and enjoy your photos and videos all in one place.
Stop worrying about storage limits — NAS easily expands to suit your needs.
No ongoing or increasing storage subscriptions fees — buy it once and it’s yours.
NAS by Western Digital
In many ways, it's like your own personal cloud.
The public cloud can be helpful, but it’s not for everyone. With NAS, you get network-connected storage with the confidence of managing your data in your own home or office.
Set up permissions, share content, and control access to files with on-prem hardware and 256-bit AES volume encryption.
Create folders and albums with just a few clicks, then share them via private link. Invite people via email so they can contribute their own content. Collaborate on personal or professional projects while making it easier to locate important files by date, time, or keyword.
Whether you’re new to NAS, have a bit of experience, or consider yourself an old pro, the right NAS system can help you bring home the benefits of networked storage.
Beginners can stream the content they love from a single connected device to computers, TVs, and home theaters. Intermediate users can manage creative workflows and business tasks on laptops, tablets, and smartphones. And experts can configure multi-bay, RAID-ready NAS enclosures for heavy-duty, multi-user workloads.
NAS can be a cost-effective part of your wider backup strategy. With one payment for your NAS system, you’ll have access to stored content without monthly storage fees from cloud providers.
And, if you follow the 3-2-1 method of data backup, NAS can help. Some NAS systems can integrate with other cloud environments, to make it easier to help protect the data that matters most.
NAS systems are scalable and flexible, making them a great option for a wide range of uses. Check out the pages below to find the best NAS system for your needs.
Reliable, centralized storage for your family’s photos, videos, music, and more.
Reliable, robust data storage and collaboration for creative professionals and SMBs.
Enterprise-grade networked storage solutions for 24/7, intensive, multi-user workflows.
|Family Sharing||Small Business||Heavy Duty Storage|
|Internet-connected, multi-device compatibility||✔||✔||✔|
|Private and secure centralized storage||✔||✔||✔|
|Affordable (no monthly fee)||✔||✔||✔|
|Easy setup, sharing, and collaboration||✔||✔||✔|
|Reliable data protection and recovery||✔||✔||✔|
|Simple, automatic backup of home media center||✔|
|Auto-backup of large volumes of data||✔||✔|
|Streamlined workflows for improved productivity||✔||✔|
|Simultaneous, multi-user workload capacity||✔||✔|
|24/7 support for multiple always-on applications||✔|
|Storage for millions of files||✔|
|Ultra-fast caching for highly intensive processes (e.g. virtualization)||✔|
Network attached storage (NAS) systems are devices connected to an internal network that allow for reliable digital asset storage, retrieval, sharing, and backup. NAS solutions have enormous capacity that can scale to suit your storage needs.
1. 1GB = 1 billion bytes and 1TB = 1 trillion bytes. Actual user capacity may be less depending on operating environment.