Your post is unclear to me. If you + 50GB a month then how would a puny 4GB NAS be an option here?
It sounds like you would need a garage or container to house a data center then a second and third data center to hold a year's growth.
Something sounds off here.
Whilst i am not new to Computer NAS is one area i have never really used or even considered using.... Way back when i had desktop computers, when i could just slap in another drive and be done with it.
Today though is diffrent, its time to bite the bullet and look into NAS, and i need some help, Performance is a MUST not only will i need to store serious ammounts of data it will be accessed and used constantly, to get me started i have some disks SATA II i can use so a diskless setup would be ideal...
Photo Storage (Currently 1.01 TB and growing at the rate of 1.11GB Per Month)
Media Storage (Current: 14TB - + 50GB Per Month
Music Storage (iTunes: About 150GB)
ownCLOUD (1tb used + 2GB Per Month)
Right now most of this is either stored at home or with OVH depending on how often i use it.
This is a large household, theres 2 Adults, 5Kids.
All In thats, 8 Mobile Phones of 8GB or More, 5 Digial Cameras at 8MP or More, 4 Laptops, 2 Tablets, and 3 x 3HP DL385 Servers that serv my current storage needs.
On the basis a dual disk NAS will supply me with 4TB (2x2Tb) that would be the best place to start, at some point im going to have to look for some propper serious alternatives but right now its all about budget.
So what do you all think, i got a maximum of £150, must be 100/1000 Ethernet and offer up somthing in the area of decent performance