NAS (Network Attached Storage) provides a small, convenient, compact storage device that is much cheaper to run than a single PC let alone a whole bunch of them! Many NAS devices also have an integral print server facility allowing easy on demand access for all to a common printer.
Nowadays, most home users have more than a single home computer, with some going as high as 3 or 4 home machines, all of which share the same Internet connection via a router, which also acts as gateway. However, depending on the size of the network, moving files from one computer to another might be a bit difficult, especially if not all of the computing systems connected to the network are actually switched on at any given moment. For this reason, it's a very good idea to add to your network a storage unit, typically known as a NAS (network-attached storage system).
Windows backup software - EaseUS Todo Backup has the feature to manage NAS device when using the software to do backup.
1. Choose one backup plan and click Advanced, select Edit plan.
2. Select Destination. Click the folder icon behind Destination. Click NAS Device to choose where you want to store your files.
Note: If your NAS device has not been listed out, you can right-click NAS Device to add it.
3. After filling the information, click OK. The device would be shown under NAS Device. Right click it to Edit or Remove the device.