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Don't you think NAS is far outdated LOL?

SInce everyone's using cloud solutions these days, I can't really believe that manufacturers are still making them today lol.
Or are any pros that far surpass that of cloud storage's?

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Depends on user's needs and goals.

There are many that still need secure as in, storage that is not shut down at the whim of a government.

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Aside from that

I'd like to know if there's any other pros that outweigh the benefit of using an integrated cloud drive that might even have a scalable business solution feature?

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How about what this fellow said?
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Why not NAS and Cloud?

Some NAS now have cloud storage integrated. For me personally, I have a home built file server that houses some things I don't transfer to the cloud (I record TV to my fileserver for streaming anywhere). I also have it to use as central storage for any PC in the house. My upload speeds are slow and that's another reason for a NAS. Personally, I think having home backup and cloud backup is best, but some might say I am paranoid. But you know, sometimes my Internet connection is down Happy.

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