Hello everyone! Part of my work environment involves using a network drive over gigabit ethernet. My partner and an employee both connect to this same hard drive. We're working with rather large files on this drive - lots of video and lots of large print documents. Often, gigabit ethernet is a really annoying bottleneck when it comes to speeds. However, local file storage doesn't make sense because of how often we share these files. In an ideal world, all three of our machines would be connected to a single shared drive via thunderbolt. Our bottleneck would be the speed of the drive itself. That would be amazing, but from my research it doesn't seem to be possible. What is the best way to have a shared drive that is not limited by the speeds of gigabit ethernet? Price is a factor, but let's pretend that it is not for the sake of education, if nothing else . Thanks for the help, ladies and gents.