The difference between NAS and file server: Are they same?

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I was going through an article in the newspaper when I came across words NAS and file server. I couldn't find the proper meaning of the paragraph without understanding the meaning of these words. What is the difference between NAS and file server? Someone, please elaborate.

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The difference between NAS and file server: Are they same?

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There is a difference between NAS and file server. Network-attached storage is the full form of NAS. It provides the description and definition of the file server. It controls a mechanism of shared documents and provides access to them whereas File server allows a user to share data and information over a network. It's work is to handle the central storage and controlling of data files.

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