With the recent announcement of Synology's C2 cloud backup service combined with last month's World Backup Day, we take a look at the company's backup solution for your Synology NAS device.
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People lose data on a daily basis, whether it's from a stolen phone, accidental deletion of a file, or a hard drive crash. Today's the day we remind everyone that backups are important.
If you have a lot of data and want to ensure that a backup exists offsite in case of a natural disaster, Synology is expanding its C2 offering to the world at a reasonable price, but there's a catch.
If you thought Ransomware was bad, think about what an alien civilization could do to our planet's computers. While highly unlikely, researchers have written a paper containing a high level solution.
Today Synology released three new tools that can be installed on their NAS devices. Moments categorizes your photos, Drive stores your files, and Office lets you collaborate on documents.
If you're a fan of Zen Studio's pinball engine or love pinball in general, the company wants to hook you up with two new, original tables, and for this week only, they're both free to download!
If you require a lot of storage in your home, the DS1517+ might be for you. Sporting five drive bays, and the ability to expand to more, how does the DS1517+ stack up in the world of NAS devices?
While everyone's clamoring to keep net neutrality, they're missing the bigger picture: Big business is already limiting what you get to see on the Internet, and the public is generally unaware.
Earlier this week, Zen Studios officially released Pinball FX3, an updated engine that provides improved graphics and physics and, probably most importantly, a lot of multiplayer options.
Today Synology announced the release of a new storage device, the DS418play. The four-bay NAS device has an updated transcoding engine capable of providing two simultaneous 4K video streams.
Were you impacted by hurricanes Harvey or Irma? If so, ioSafe wants to help you out with some water- and fireproof devices. They're also donating money from sales to the Red Cross relief efforts.
If you're used to using Capital One's website to deposit paper checks, you're now out of luck as the company has officially retired that service to force users into using the mobile app instead.
Using a combination of social media, Fitbit data, and diaries, PostMood looks to report on your emotional and mental health state so that you can make conscious decisions to improve your life.
At Blackhat, a security researcher presented his findings on how he is able to decode typing sounds over Skype to determine exactly what is being typed. Be careful when on conference calls!
Today is the one day of the year where sysadmins of all types are showered with love and gifts for all of the work they do. Or at least that's the theory. So Happy Sysadmin Day to our readers!