Synology today announced the upcoming release of DiskStation Manager (DSM) 7.0 and a massive expansion of the Synology C2 platform with four new cloud services. DSM 7.0 is set to release on June 29, and focuses on enhancing security, system management capabilities, and improving data collaboration for Synology’s NAS and SAN product lines.
“Large amounts of unstructured data is constantly being generated at exponential rates,” said Philip Wong, Synology CEO, and Founder. “Traditional centralized storage deployments can no longer keep up with ever-increasing bandwidth and performance demands. Edge cloud products, like Synology’s storage management lineup, are one of the fastest-growing solutions in the market today because they uniquely address the challenges that modern businesses meet.”
Synology is also rolling out both hybrid and cloud-only products, including a new password manager, directory as a service, cloud backup, and secure file transferring solutions. The company will also be starting work on opening a new data center location to expand its services to the Asia Pacific region.
Launching together with DSM 7.0 will be new hybrid-cloud services such as Active Insight, a large-scale device monitoring and diagnostics solution, Hybrid Share, which combines C2 storage flexibility and synchronization capabilities with on-premises solutions, and C2 Identity, a hybrid cloud directory as a service to simplify cross-site domain management. Together with platform improvements such as supporting up to 1 PB volumes for super-large tasks, DSM 7.0 also introduces security improvements in the form of Secure SignIn, which makes two-factor sign-in effortless and straightforward to use.
- Synology’s DSM 7.0 operating system is designed to enhance system security and management
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