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Synology changes from in-person workshops to virtual, so sign up if you're interested

If you're sitting home in quarantine and have nothing to do, you might want to think about signing up for a free Synology workshop. The company, which makes great NAS devices, had 23 separate workshops scheduled throughout the United States, starting in Baton Rouge, LA on March 31st, and culminating in Reston, VA on May 7th. Unfortunately, with the COVID-19 outbreak, travel is restricted and social distancing is the norm, so in-person trainings don't really work in the world right now.

Instead of postponing or outright canceling the workshops, Synology has instead decided to host them online. This means that while you're stuck in your house, you can fire up your computer and attend the sessions virtually. Each session appears to be about two hours long and will cover the following topics:

Note that registration is currently closed for all of the workshops scheduled before April 1st, but there are still 17 other "cities" you can register for. Although it appears the workshops are targeted at enterprise customers, the updated hardware information might be interesting for a wider audience.

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