The LaCie 4TB Ethernet Disk will add more storage space to your office's network for sharing important files, backing up critical data, and archiving your folders. Featuring advanced file-sharing technology, it frees file servers by providing independent, standalone storage accessible to any computer on the network. The LaCie Ethernet Disk is available with Gigabit Ethernet interface connection. To meet your needs for simplified data management and easy integration of hardware into your existing system, you can effortlessly set-up the LaCie Ethernet Disk without any technical expertise. With simple installation, it can be administered and controlled without difficulty via any web browser, and can even be accessed remotely via the web (HTTP or FTP). Use the web-based management tool, which comes in multiple languages, for easy configuration. If your department, independent agency, franchise, or office team is experiencing growing storage needs, the LaCie Ethernet Disk offers a perfect shared hard drive solution. When the maximum native capacity of the Ethernet Disk is reached, use the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 ports to extend capacity, back up on external USB drives, or daisy-chain with other drives. Data capacity demands are growing, but IT resources and budgets for small-and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are limited. The LaCie Ethernet Disk will help you store, back up and share files among as many as 25 users simultaneously. The LaCie Ethernet Disk¿s sturdy aluminum design allows it to be used as a stand-alone device that, when positioned on the desktop, can support a monitor weighing as much as 40 lbs. It can also be stacked or integrated into 19-inch racks. Box Contents: LaCie Ethernet Disk, CD including Ethernet Agent & User Manual, LaCie feet for stand-alone use, Ethernet cable, Power cords and power plugs.

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ManufacturerLaCie
Model301300U
RJ45 Ports
USB Ports
eSATA PortsNo
Other Ports
Hard Disk Size4 TB
RAID
DLNA CertifiedNo
Lowest Price $357.69 Compare LaCie 301300U prices

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