Synology gives us the opportunity to save important data on different Cloud services via its excellent application called Hyper Backup. Many of you have asked me: which Cloud service is the best? The answer is simple: Synology C2. And I will tell you why. As you can see in the screenshot above, Synology Hyper Backup … Read more about Synology: Which Cloud Service Should I Use For Backup?
Have you recently purchased a new DS920+ Synology NAS or are you planning the purchase and you are undecided about what RAM memory to buy? This article comes to your aid. The kind of memory you will need to buy for your DS920+ Synology NAS device is Samsung 8GB DDR4 CL19 2666MHz Product Code: M471A1K43CB1-CTD or the … Read more about Synology: Which RAM to Buy For DS920+ NAS
Many of you have asked me if there is any method to automatically renew the Let’s Encrypt certificate on your NAS. You need to know the certificate/s will be updated automatically before its/their expiration date, without the need for user-defined scripts or additional rules in Task Scheduler. To do this, it is imperative to leave … Read more about Synology: How to Schedule Let’s Encrypt Certificate Auto Renew
Did you know you can view and manage the clients who are currently connected to your Synology NAS in real time? Synology provides a useful widget that can help you do exactly this. This widget displays clients that are connected via HTTP/HTTPS, TELNET, SSH, SMB/CIFS, AFP, FTP, and NFS. And it can even help you … Read more about Synology: How to Find Users Currently Connected to Your NAS
Do you remember my article where I explained how to find your NAS user ID (PUID) and group ID (PGID)? In said article, you needed to use some terminal commands to find these values. Many of you have asked me if there is a method to find these values without having to use the terminal. … Read more about Synology: Find UID (userID) and GID (groupID) in 5 Seconds