NAS Backup Multiple Computers – Protect Your Data in an Easy Way

Posted by @AOMEI

October 19, 2016

How to backup multiple computers to NAS? If you have several computers that all contain massive amount of valuable data, then you are facing a problem: how to deal with the backup of these data? NAS helps exclude your difficult and anxiety.

What is NAS?

What is NAS? NAS stands for Network Attached Storage and is used as an external storage device. When the NAS is attached to your network, people in your LAN are available to have the access to store and share their data in that central place.

Advantage of using NAS device

Advantages of NAS devices are a lot. For instance, NAS devices make it easy for files sharing between connected clients. Next, compared with file servers, NAS devices enable faster access, and provide easier administration as well as a more basic and straightforward configuration. Last but not least, NAS devices can also act as an external backup device if needed, in this case by using a NAS you can easily get additional storage for all your networked computers which can be quite cost effective in the long run and many NAS devices allow you to add additional hard disk for extra storage easily.

Backup computers to NAS with AOMEI Backupper

AOMEI Backupper Standard is a piece of FREE backup and recovery software, aiming at protecting your data in case of any accident. AOMEI Backupper not only supports backup to local drive, but also to NAS devices, which is eye-catching for users with multiple computers at hand or in small and medium enterprises.

To backup multiple computers to NAS, first of all, you need to download AOMEI Backupper Standard, install and launch it at each computer. In the Backup navigation bar, there are four options for you to select one as the most appropriate backup method. All these backup method enables you to backup the computer to NAS. Take System Backup for example. Now click System Backup.

Backup Options

AOMEI Backupper will automatically recognize the system partition and present it at Step 1. In Step 2, you need to customize the backup destination. Click Step 2.

Specify Destinations

A smaller window pops up. You see, you can backup your computer both to the local computer and NAS. Click Share/NAS.

Choose Share NAS

Add your NAS device. In this step, you are expected to provide the accurate information of your target NAS. Then you can backup your system to this NAS.

Input Accurate Information

Besides, you can backup files, partitions or disks of multiple computers to NAS through AOMEI Backupper Standard. The procedures are quite easy, just follow the guidance and you can make it right.

What else does AOMEI Backupper offer?

AOMEI Backupper Standard is one of the AOMEI Backupper family members that contains basic backup features and has been recommended by numerous of editors and users. So besides backup and recovery, what else can AOMEI Backupper do for you?

In fact, AOMEI Backupper Standard is a piece of almighty software and is free of charge. Besides backup and recovery features, it also offers encryption, compression, notifications, bootable rescue media creator, exploring and checking, etc. what's more, it supports GPT & UEFI boot and dynamic volumes.

Bottom line

To make a conclusion, it is a great choice to backup your multiple computers to NAS, considering the massive data and safety performance. AOMEI Backupper is a good helper in doing this job. Above all, it is multifunctional and is completely FREE! Thus you can save a sum of energy and money in finishing this task.