CHAPTER 5Configure storage

Configuring data storage requires the knowledge of both old and new technology. You need to be familiar with traditional local storage using hard drives, as well as newer cloud-based storage using services such as OneDrive for Business. You also need to consider distributed storage options such as using Distributed File System (DFS) to replicate data across WANs, as well as using Storage Spaces for local data resiliency.

Once you’ve decided how to store your data, you also need to consider how you can share data with others, safeguard it from theft, and protect it from unauthorized access.

Windows 10 provides extensive built-in support for both local and cloud-based storage. Windows 10 offers you a multitude of security-related ...

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