What is a NAS?
Your data collection grows every day - songs and movies you download, documents you create, and photos you upload. How do you store it all while still protecting it from technology failure? In its simplest form, a Network Attached Storage (NAS) unit is a device connected to a network (using your internet connection) that provides centralized data storage services as well as automated backup protection.
But what else can it do? Synology NAS has many additional features, such as media streaming, remote access, personal cloud hosting, and much more. Learn more about NAS
New to Synology?
Synology DiskStations solve a variety of problems for home users as well as small to medium businesses. Designed to make your life easier, these beautiful NAS devices automate backup and allow for remote access. This means you can always access your safely stored data, whether on another computer or on a mobile device. See what Synology NAS can do. You can also find a few videos for a more visual approach here.
Which Product do I choose?
Synology currently has four different lines of products – XS Series, + Series, Value Series, and the j Series. Choosing the right hard drive for you depends on how many users will be using it, and what features you would like your Synology to include. Take a look at our How to Choose Guide for help.
Our Product brochures are a comprehensive way to see all of our products, as well as the main features from each one. This is a great visual way to see the difference between our products. Take a look at our latest Product Brochures.
My Synology came in! Now what?
Just received your Synology? Take a look at the Installation Guide, found in the CD that arrived you’re your DiskStation. If you have misplaced it, the guide can also be found in our download center (after you chose your model, and under documents). You may also want to take a look at our FAQ list for some answers to frequently asked questions that may help you get everything up and running.
Synology has also composed several quick and easy Tutorials to guide you through the most frequently asked questions. Check out the step-by-step Tutorial guides and Webinars. As always, we are here to help- if you get stuck during a tutorial, contact us for assistance.