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XCubeNAS 3000 Series

The Best Balance of Production and Value for Professionals

XN3000 Series Models

Time Machine

Recover the Data to Your Mac Anytime

It is effortless and to use Apple Time Machine with QSM unified storage. The XCubeNAS supports Time Machine for Mac OS X 10.5 or later for concurrent backup of Mac. By enabling this feature on the XCubeNAS, the up-to-date copies of the photos, music, videos, documents, settings, and applications on your Mac can be backed up automatically to the NAS. You can also recover the data from the NAS to your Mac anytime.

 

 

Antivirus

Protect System from Potential Threats

The built-in antivirus function periodically scans files, automatically quarantining suspicious files to protect the system from potential threats.

 

USB Backup

USB One Touch Backup

Connecting an external USB storage device to your XCubeNAS means, you can backup all the files to either from the USB device to the XCubeNAS or the XCubeNAS to the USB device. This 2-way data transfer enables quick and easy-to-use copy methods to and from your XCubeNAS.

  • Version Control and Clean Up
  • Backup Filter

 

Snapshot

The Safest Data Protection

Snapshot record the status of Shared folders and iSCSI LUNs as changes happened on write. With ZFS snapshots, it’s read-only, point to time copy of a file system. By the instantaneous creations, administrators can easily take control data version and execute point-in-time recovery on XCubeNAS by flexibly restored methods. ZFS snapshots are ideal for storing many private copies of mostly shared data. With enterprise file system protection, QSM provides point to time Snapshot to prevent disasters and provide data protection.

  • Snapshot Protection
  • Snapshot Replication
  • Snapshot Retention
  • Snapshot Recover

Smart Monitor

Efficiently Monitor the Resource Status

The XCubeNAS has its system monitor center for users to efficiently monitor the resource status( like CPU, RAM, memory, pool status…), hardware information, network service (like WebDAV, Rsync, NFS, FTP…), and view all the system logs