Network Drives

Network drives are also known as file servers and storage servers. Providing a central location for saving files which can be later retrieved by any computer attached to a network is the main function of a network drive. Network drives are based on the principle of shared disk access as a file saved on a network drive can be accessed remotely by other computers connected to the network drive via a LAN or enterprise Intranet. Network drives are commonly found in all places where there is a need for shared disk access such as offices, schools, universities, large organizations with hundreds of workstations.

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