Data Protection: Where to Start
People and businesses don’t come in cookie cutter shapes and sizes, so why would they all want to protect their data the same way? Scroll down for suggestions for Personal, Professional, or Enterprise Data Protection.
Personal Data Protection
The smoke alarm blares at 2 am and you’ve got to leave your house fast. What do you grab as you rush to the door? Is your data on your list? Thankfully, most of us will never be faced with decision, but over 350,000 homes in the United States burn every year. And what about less dramatic disasters? Flooded basements claim family memories regularly, as do broken pipes.
Professional Data Protection
Maybe it’s the archive of images from your wedding photography side hustle or your client’s tax returns. Whatever the specifics, many professionals find themselves in charge of someone else’s valuable data. Should disaster strike, what will you tell your clients? How will get back to business quickly? Protect your data—and your business—with fireproof and waterproof data storage.
PERFECT FOR SMBs
The ioSafe 218 NAS device is ideal for SMBs looking for versatility: anywhere data access combined with secure onsite storage. Find out how it can protect your business.
GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS
In the wake of a disaster, every minute without access to your data can make or break. Having your work easily and quickly accessible is key to getting back up and running fast.
Enterprise Data Protection
Businesses and organizations worldwide rely on our NAS and server devices are because they reliable, robust, and versatile tools. Enterprise customers can’t afford to lose data or entrust it to someone else’s servers outside their control. Plus, we understand the demands and concerns of large-scale IT departments, and that’s why our products are built to grow.
A POWERHOUSE FOR ENTERPRISE
Our newest NAS device – the ioSafe 1019+ – is a 5-bay powerhouse equipped with Synology’s DiskStation Manager operating system. Fireproof and waterproof, the 1019+ can be configured with an additional 5 drive bays if extra capacity is needed.
DON'T BREAK YOUR BUSINESS
Building a long-lasting disaster recovery plan for your business is essential, but it can be difficult to wrap your head around all the things to consider. Read our white paper to learn more about best practices for ensuring business continuity.