Data Storage and Backup Solutions
Archive for May, 2009
Understanding that many people are more apt to learning visually and audibly, I was browsing around youtube this morning and found a good product explanation video put out by Overland. Here, Overland brings to light the many features and benefits for companies to use snap servers in creating a data management strategy that is capable of protecting vital corporate, or small office information.
I decided many of our customers might benefit from this product demo video so we’re featuring it here on our blog. Enjoy!
Find out more from our professionals about our snap server product line by filling out our request quote form to the right or on the linked page.
We know it may seem like we’re over doing it with all the updates on the Overland (Adaptec) Snap Server stuff. It seems like that’s all we have been writing about for the past few weeks now. Furthermore, we have only written three posts in three weeks so it also may feel like we have been slacking off in our blog writing. We assure you there is a good reason for this. The reason is that we have been spending the majority of our time building up our new product pages for our Overland (Adaptec) Snap Server product line.
Just today our web developers finished three more product pages for the Snap Server 520, the Snap Server 620, and Overland’s newest in this line the Snap Server 650. Soon to come will be two new product pages for the Overland Snap Expansion S50 and the Overland SnapGuardianOS operating system derived from Linux.
For each of these new pages, these are obviously the first drafts so we invite you to take a look and read through them. We accept the fact that there may be mistakes, typos, or inconsistencies. For this reason, we encourage your feedback and opinions on how we can better optimize these and any of our product pages to provide our customers with the most accurate and important information regarding our products and services. And, as always, if you’d like more information than you see here about our Snape Servers you need only fill out the request quote form to the right or on the linked page.
As an update on the progress of our Snap Server product pages, we’re announcing the launching of two new product pages on our site for the Overland (Adaptec) Snap Server 210 and Snap Server 410. These were finished yesterday and provide additional information regarding two of our top selling NAS systems.
As always, you can attain price quotes and receive answers to your questions about these and any of our products by filling out the request quote form to the right or on the linked page.
Regrettably it has taken who knows how many months of online presence for us to finally realize we hadn’t created a product page for one of our most popular items. We have been selling Snap Servers from Adaptec and now Overland for a number of years. Thankfully, we have finally listed the names and specifications of each of our offered Snap Servers on our new product page viewable by clicking on the text link above.
Here you’ll find the best NAS computer appliance to fit your company’s needs for sharing backup files with other devices on a network. We apologize that the page isn’t much to look at for now. there are a few missing images. For the most part the snap servers do all look the same with the exception of the Overland Snap Server 210. This particular model has a more “box-like” look and is designed to sit atop a table or desk.
On the actual page you can view a tidbit of each of the Overland models. We hope to soon have a full page for each of the models but for now you can view the particulars of each by clicking on the “full product specifications” located at the bottom of each model’s snippet of info. This will take you to a pdf snapshot of that particular model with the complete specs from the maker of the Snap Server.
For additional information on our Overland collection of Snap Servers please fill out the “quick quote request from” to the right or visit our request quote page.