As many schools in the south and Midwest found out during flooding at the end of the summer vacation, it only takes a little water to do a lot of damage. The ioSafe’s N2 drive enclosure is capable of housing a pair of SATA hard drives with up to 8 terabytes of school data and use RAID techniques to minimize the chances of losing a byte of data. Drives can be hot swapped and the case has been designed to survive a disaster and come back for more. It has a water-proof steel case, special FloSafe vents that keep heat out during a fire and a layer of insulation that allows the N2 to protect its drives up to 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit. It will cost $600 without a drive and will include data recovery services in the event of a failure.