If you’re here reading this, then you probably need a NAS. And if you don’t actually need a NAS, then you probably want one. And that’s great because getting a Synology NAS is one of the best gifts you can give yourself, whether you intend to use it for your own business or for personal … Read more about Why Do You Need a Synology NAS?
When you have more devices connected to your network, such as a Synology NAS, a computer and a router, knowing how you can see all of them can prove extremely useful. Really, you can’t do without this very important feature that will surely come in handy someday. For example, today I accidentally changed the IP … Read more about Synology: How Can I See All The Devices Connected to My Network?
If you use your Synology NAS as an FTP server, for Web Hosting, intensive File Sharing, or you run VMs on your NAS, or your NAS acts as a Virtual Machine storage, or anything that requires continual and systematic retrieval of data, you will benefit extensively from using the M.2 NVMe SSD Cache. M.2 NVMe … Read more about Synology: M.2 NVMe SSD Cache Benefits
Press Releases: Taipei, Taiwan—September 17, 2020—In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have adopted work from home policies. Synology’s wireless routers feature powerful VPN server capabilities that enable businesses to quickly facilitate a remote workforce. Starting from April 6 2020, Synology VPN Plus licenses will become free to purchase until September 30, 2021. … Read more about Hurry Up! Synology VPN Plus Licenses Free Until September 30, 2020
Active Backup for Business was originally designed for enterprises (large businesses and organizations), a suite for the centralized management of various backup tasks. It allows a backup to quickly restore files in the event of a disaster. But because this enterprise-level service is completely free, it is highly recommended for individual users as well. Active … Read more about Synology Active Backup For Business: Review