In computing, a shared resource, or network share, is a computer resource made available from one host to other hosts on a computer network. Some examples of shareable resources are computer programs, data, storage devices, and printers. Network sharing is made possible by inter-process communication over the network.
- Client portal
- Distributed file system
- File area network
- Network-attached storage
- Virtual private network
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