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Let's look at the benefits and drawbacks of rental and built-in file site


Let's look at the pros and cons of rental and built-in webhard.

Rental webharders include Dacom Webhard, Ucloud, and KT Webhard. This identifies something that shares idc's server resources with other users.

Built-in webhard solutions include Internet disks, linkhard, plus disks, ncs, and Ajaxplar.

The rental type has the advantage of having a server on idc, so that it doesn't have to be managed separately, and the original setting cost is low.

However, you have to pay monthly maintenance for capacity and traffic, pay for capacity and traffic costs, and move files to other servers.

There are disadvantages such as for example dual subscription to internal services (homepages, intranet) along with other domains.

Built-in Webhard leverages specific hardware (internal resources) to build services, freeing up capacity and traffic.

It has the burden of initial setting costs. Large companies usually do not use rental solutions. Webhard is not just a Webhard, it's a company.

It is because it is confidential and knows the power of strategic sharing and well-managed data.

Link hard solutions have emerged in line with the intention that small and medium-sized businesses should build webhard without any burden.
It does not have to purchase H/W separately, and the solution alone allows users to build Webhard by utilizing the desired pc, NAS, and server equipment.
If you already had a website or intranet, you can stop unnecessary work which used to run the site.

OK to create installed blogs or bulletin boards.

By increasing utilization through intranet, groupware, kms, and the business's homepage along with the Webhard's original function, the thought of developing a use-oriented product makes one look forward to the expansion of the answer.

The price is also from 300,000 won for 30 people, that may be fully built in Soho, so the parts that have been agonizing over setting and maintenance costs will be solved a lot.

It is now essential for Soho to establish a web hard system.

Rental vs. Construction.

Webhard reminds you of an extremely useful and convenient Internet service that allows you to download files over the Internet at a fixed monthly cost. Therefore the application of web hard has become common.

But it's not just recently that this concept arrived, and it's true that it is been a long time. When it came out, lots of people used it, and there have been many office workers who didn't join it or even covered their personal expenses because of lack of capacity, and you can find probably still some now.

The biggest background of this phenomenon may be the rapidly growing file capacity of materials such as for example work used, while there are many burdens and inconveniences to cover monthly expenses based on limited capacity. Furthermore, the service is provided against the backdrop of a large portal, which also leads to security concerns about the leakage of confidential information, which is why the company refuses to adopt it.

In some cases, there are also many implementations of SI projects that build installation-only webhard that meet up with the needs of users' needs. The deployment of a standalone server consists of a server (HW)+ operating system (Server OS)+ webhard solution (high-priced licenses in line with the number of users), which is prohibitive compared to using monthly webhard when maintenance services are included.

NAS offers a highly cost-effective, easy-to-install and easy-to-operate webhard for anyone with significantly reduce the needs of these webhard users. Webhard is very innovative because it supports uploading files by default. It's a excellent feature because DDNS, etc. could be accessed from the outside and never have to buy an authorized IP.

Unfortunately, there are functional limitations because the basic webhard included in these NAS is basic. As the word "basic" implies, it isn't a webhard solution developed at a high cost. As a result, webhard modules for NAS mounts are recently available with the capabilities and peaks of expensive, built-in webhard solutions. Needless to say, it's a paid option, but it is a very low-cost, very helpful solution that's significantly less than a tenth of the cost of building a single server.

Now, NAS and Webhard meet to integrate Intranet & Extranet at low priced, developing a small but powerful collaborative file server. I'll have a look at the rough top features of Webhard and guide you. You can go over it and choose the right one according to the reality and needs.