Discover Synology videos and learn more about DiskStation Manager!

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DiskStation Manager (DSM) is an incredible tool, packing dozen of powerful features under a convenient interface. However, with so many features, beginners might not know where to start. To help out both new and experienced users, we provide many useful resources such as a detailed knowledge base and comprehensive online help.

But wait, there’s more! Since a picture is worth a thousand words, we decided to illustrate two critical topics to help people understand how DSM benefits their daily lives and businesses: file sharing/syncing and Synology High Availability. Take a look at the videos below and feel free to leave some feedback.

File syncing and sharing, your way

Synology provides useful tools to improve productivity, especially when sharing files and collaborating with distant coworkers.

  • Cloud Station lets you automatically synchronize files across your computer, mobile device, and DiskStation —without worrying about space restrictions, monthly fees, or privacy issues.
  • QuickConnect sets you free from complicated network settings. Access your DiskStation wherever you are in the world with a unique and customizable ID.
  • In addition, Synology offers free mobile apps to stay on top of things. For instance, DS file allows you to share files on your DiskStation with people using a simple link.

Maximize uptime, minimize cost with High Availability

Synology High Availability (SHA) is aimed at our professional customers who need a reliable and straightforward solution to maximize the uptime of your data and services. Ask yourself, what would happen if your company servers went down for hours or days? If you don’t have a contingency plan in place, we highly recommending watching the video below and learning why and how you should use SHA.

Win a prize by watching the videos

To celebrate the launch of the videos, we decided to organize a competition where you can earn some Synology NAS just by answering a couple of questions and share the videos on social media. The activity will end on the 18th of February 2015.

Click here to know more.