Comprehensive backup destination
Your backup destination can be a local shared folder, an external device, another Synology NAS, an rsync server, or a public cloud service like Google Drive, Amazon Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft Azure, S3-compatible storage, and Synology C2, a cloud backup service dedicated to Synology users.
Flexible backup plan
Data processing, efficient and reliable
Data deduplication applies to cross-version backups as well as files that are simply renamed or duplicated, thereby saving space and consuming less time and money.
Data encryption and compression
Military-grade AES-256 and RSA-2048 encryption technologies protect data from illicit access. Compression reduces outbound traffic and storage consumption.
Integrity check detects data corruption in previous file versions to prevent data disasters, thus ensuring backup availability during restoration.
Track storage usage statistics with adjustable time scale and define a threshold value to alert you to abnormal storage usage via email.
Continuous access to your precious data
Upon disasters, you can browse through previous backups with File Station in DSM or via a standard file protocol (e.g. AFP or SMB). Even without Synology NAS, using the desktop tool Hyper Backup Explorer, you can retrieve backups from a Windows, Mac, Ubuntu, and Fedora computer.
AFP and SMB protocol
Hyper Backup Explorer
Backups can be accessed on Mac computers using the AFP protocol via Mac OS Finder or on Windows computers using the SMB protocol via Windows File Explorer, saving the effort of logging in to a DSM interface.
Simply install a Hyper Backup Explorer, users can browse and restore backups from the intuitive interface, enhancing the efficiency.
Transform your Synology NAS into a centralized backup monitoring system
The independent package Hyper Backup Vault allows administrators to examine all repositories from different backup clients and monitor the storage consumption and backup history of each task.