If you own a Synology NAS, you understand the importance of safeguarding your important data. Accidental deletions, surprise ransomware attacks, and hidden file corruption can all pose a risk. That's where Synology Snapshots shine.

Think of snapshots as point-in-time backups of your files and folders. They offer a powerful way to rewind your NAS to a previous state, minimizing disruptions and providing peace of mind.

Ready to discover the ins and outs of Synology Snapshots?

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If you're looking to upgrade your home or small business network, you've probably encountered the debate between 2.5 gigabit Ethernet and 10 gigabit Ethernet. Traditionally, 1 gigabit (1 Gbps) has been the standard, but 2.5 and 10 gigabits offer a serious boost in speed. 10 gigabit might seem like the obvious winner, but there's a strong case for 2.5 gigabit being the smarter, more practical choice for many.

Let's break down the pros and cons of each and figure out if 2.5 Gbe could be the unsung hero of your network upgrade.

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Introduction to Synology DS923+ NAS

In the modern business landscape, data is more than just a collection of numbers and text—it is the lifeblood of an organization. A reliable, secure, and efficient storage solution becomes paramount as businesses generate a lot of data. Enter the Synology DS923+ NAS—a powerhouse designed to meet the rigorous demands of today’s fast-paced business environment.

The Synology DS923+ is not just another Network Attached Storage (NAS) device; it is a comprehensive solution that acts as the central hub for all your business data. With its robust hardware and versatile software capabilities, it is engineered to streamline data management, enhance collaboration, and secure critical business information.

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Using a Synology NAS, you can easily create a backup that protects you from the danger of ransomware and other cyber security threats.

Ransomware has been damaging for years and, unsurprisingly, has been the most dangerous form of cyber threat. But, even if these kinds of viruses mainly target businesses, unfortunately, private users aren't safe either.

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