Concept to Consumer, Enabled by NAS
Synology Network Attached Storage (NAS) provides a secure, reliable, and affordable backup and file sharing solution design documents, multimedia, and other resources you need to collaborate and run your business. With an easy-to-use award-winning web-based management interface, a Synology NAS brings modern file access and storage tools to the creative and journalistic processes of publishing.
Centralized Data For Single Offices and Multiple Locations
A Synology NAS offers a range of ways to share, store, and view documents, multimedia like stock photos and field photos, and every other file your publications need.
Local and Remote Collaboration That Leads to Results
Whether data is being accessed locally or remotely, a Synology NAS offers numerous ways to share and collaborate with data.
Cross-platform Made Easy
Your business uses all kinds of different devices, and a Synology NAS plays well with all of them. From Android and iOS tablets and phones to Windows, Mac, and Linux computers, anyone can access and submit important work files. Data is accessible via shared folders, mobile apps, and an in-browser interface.
A Folder For Every Employee
The User Home service will automatically create a folder for each user account. Making it easy to store portable profiles and for keep organized without client access licenses.
Award-Winning and Intuitive Interface
Each Synology Network Attached Storage (NAS) system includes the award-winning user interface known as DiskStation Manager (DSM), making it easy to integrate into the workflow of creative writers, journalists, editors, and distributors.
Easy To Manage With Comprehensive Tools
Whether you’re a self-published blog, novelist, or a global news network. Quickly configure your storage, set permissions, and get useful information at a glance.
Integrate With Existing Environments
For small businesses, configuring local users and groupson the NAS is easy to do. For larger organizations, joining a Synology NAS to an existing Active Directory or LDAP environment is as simple as filling in a few boxes in DSM. You can even run an LDAP domain right from your NAS.
Business-class Synology NAS models are certified for use as VMware, Citrix, and Hyper-V iSCSI storage.
In-Depth Monitoring and Management
NTFS-Style access controls can also be used on files and folders, along with detailed logging information, to properly control and monitor your data.
With several Synology NAS in your organization, administering all of them can be done from a designated central server, saving time on updates.
Features That Make A Difference
Today, a five-bay Synology NAS can accommodate as much as 40TB of raw storage using 8TB disks, or 120TB of data with two five-bay expansion chassis attached. Meaning your organization can store over 12,000 DVD9 worth of content in one central location.
Whether you’re a team of investigative journalists or a small local newspaper, a Synology NAS can support knowledgebase/tutorials/483#t1, easily accommodating larger organizations and giving smaller ones room to grow. With business-class models as much as 2,048 to 16,000 local user accounts, and 512 to 1,024 concurrent file transfers are supported depending on the model. The User Home feature will automatically provide a privatized folder for every user which are a great target for workstation backups.">
Features That Make A Difference
Cost-Effective, Reliable, Expandable, and Multi-Purpose Storage
A Synology NAS does more than store data, it keeps important information safe and makes it easy to add more storage when needed. With optional software packages, a Synology NAS goes beyond storage and provides the ability to operate as a database, email server, and powerful web server, all in one device.
High Availability provides organizations with the option to pair two identically configured Synology NAS devices in a mirrored pair. Reducing downtime by directing services from a primary server experiencing problems to a healthy device.
Optional packages are available to support PEAR PHP, Perl, Node.js, Mono, Python, and Ruby applications and web pages.