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July 22, 2000 Show:   Topic: Server Hardware  Guest: Jeff Hill
Do you need more storage on your network, but cannot afford either downtime or money for a new system? What about network attached storage?

Jeff Hill from explains how the new Snap Servers can save you time and money. You can have an extra 15GB, 30GB, 60GB, or 120GB of storage added to your network in just a few minutes and without reconfiguring your network. The Snap Server is the only server that delivers full multi-platform file sharing in mixed Windows NT, NetWare, UNIX, Linux, and/or Macintosh environments from the moment you turn it on. Find out more in this segment!
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