Business-grade Backup and Recovery for Virtualisation environments
Building on our previous webinar on how to protect your business from ransomware with Active Backup, we'll take a look in this session on the specific features developed for to protect Virtualisation environments, and how these provide fast and reliable recovery to keep all services, VMs, and files always available.
Hybrid Cloud Deployment Practices and Business Collaboration
Synology offers a range of applications to help businesses better manage their data, including synchronising with popular cloud services. In this webinar, we will focus on Hybrid Cloud Deployment Practice and Business Collaboration
UC3200 & Disaster Recovery Solutions
The UC3200 works simultaneously and can automatically fail over to each other in the event of disaster, delivering services without any interruptions. During the webinar, we will be providing you with an introduction to our new Dual controller: UC3200 and what Synology can offer as a disaster recovery range and an overview of our Synology High Availability software.
Synology Webinar: Surveillance Station for Starters
Our introductory webinar on Synology Surveillance Station will seek to give you an insight into the core functions of Surveillance Station. Focusing on showing you how to quickly and easily set up, manage and maximize your surveillance network.
Synology Webinar: Directory Server
Synology Directory Server is an efficient tool that allows your Synology NAS to become a domain controller. With Synology Directory Server, IT administrators can manage accounts and install specific programs or system updates on all computers in the office. All these can be achieved just with a few clicks.
Synology Webinar: Virtual Machine Manager
Following up from our previous introductory webinar on Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), join in on our advanced VMM training on Virtual Machine Manager Pro. In this webinar, we will go over VMM Pro features such as Node Clustering, Live Migration, Snapshot Protection and VMM High Availability.