It can take years to develop a player with special skills, which is why the TeraStation WS5020 IoT out of the Buffalo Academy of Network Attached Storage Devices may appeal to many teams looking to bring Internet of Things capabilities to the field quickly.
What makes the TeraStation WS5020 IoT a unique player? It’s been fully trained in Windows Server IoT 2019 for Storage Standard Edition and includes all of the necessary licensing to create a compliant, secure, and cost-effective IoT storage solution. This player can be drafted into any position thanks to both desktop and rack form factors. It also comes with pretested drives and native 10Gb Ethernet ports. Any team looking to expand its playbook to include an IoT player that can catch and store just about anything should give this draft pick a serious look … and maybe even check out IoTplaybook.com too for some coaching tips.
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