Network-attached storage is a dedicated file-based data server connected to a home network providing data access to a heterogeneous group of clients. The Raspberry Pi is powerful credit card-sized computer with System on Chip (SOC) processor i.e. Broadcom BCM 2837.The best advantage of having an always-online network storage device is that it is extremely convenient to have your data always accessible to the members of a organization both inside and outside your network. Combining the raspberry pi with low powered hard drives yields a user friendly accessible network attached storage device. A Raspberry Pi-based network storage device consumes about 1.99W of power per second as compared to the traditional network storage devices with a power rating of 50W.