Synology has just announced that they are giving away a free Synology NAS DS220+ when you join their event. The steps to participate is pretty simple. All you have to do is answer and complete a survey here. There will be 6 winners chosen at the end of the giveaway.
What is Synology NAS?
A Network Attached Storage (NAS) device is a smart storage device that connects to your home or workplace network. All of your family and coworkers’ assets, from essential documents to priceless images, music, and video collections, can be stored on the NAS. You can view files and use numerous services supplied by the NAS via the Internet by using a web browser or mobile apps.
Synology NAS features a free application for customers to back up their photographs, music, and movies across mobile devices, PCs, and laptops, which is powered by the company’s operating system DiskStation Manager (DSM). Aside from backups, Synology NAS may also serve as a safe storage solution, with RAID kinds protecting your data and full data ownership.
Synology NAS DS2200 series
Synology 2-bay NAS is the most popular NAS choice for consumers who want to start their NAS journey. It comes with a variety of NAS types to satisfy users’ needs. The Synology DS220j is an entry-level NAS that may be used to create a personal cloud server for storing and sharing photographs, videos, and documents.
Small studio customers can opt for the Synology DS220+, which features a dual-core Intel Celeron J4025 CPU that provides an excellent balance of processing power and sophisticated capabilities. The 2-core processor improves photo indexing, database response times, and web PHP response efficiency, allowing users to categorise photos more readily, handle files more smoothly between computers and mobile devices, and experience lightning-fast web applications. You can check out our review of the DS220+ here.
Synology NAS can be thought of like a one-stop shop for photo management. Users no longer need to be concerned about public cloud vendors charging an additional subscription fee to migrate photos or data elsewhere, nor do they need to be concerned about photo management issues such as data loss, scattered photos, and a recurring fee that is more significant than it appears in the long run.
Accidents involving data, such as external hard drives failing or a mobile phone dying, occur from time to time. If you don’t back up your data, it’s nearly hard to recover important documents or images.
Synology NAS secures data across mobile devices, PCs, and public clouds. Your data will be automatically synchronised and backed up to Synology NAS after the initial setup of the sync and backup activities, so you and your family may back up all images and videos stored on multiple mobile devices into one centralised storage.
Pokdepinion: Oooh a free NAS for giveaway? Definitely gonna fill up that survey and hope I win!