As still image and video file sizes increase and the need to access them on multiple devices anywhere in the world becomes more important, the requirements for media storage become more complex. Even my modest studio sports four desktop computers and a laptop, and I’m never without my iPad or Android tablets and, of course, my smartphone. Away from the studio I need to access images to show clients and upload images from sessions for processing as soon as I return. I also need my Mac and Windows machines at home to be able to access photos from the studio computers.
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