It’s obvious that Synology devices store a large amount of data and losing that info could be disastrous.
For home users, Synology NAS devices can be used to save:
- Multimedia files
- Security systems
- Smart TVs
- Other devices
While for organizations, these devices can be used to access data from a centralized location.
Mainly because as a centralized location for data storage, there is no duplication.
That is why it becomes vital to backup data on Synology devices.
|ElephantDrive ||$ 25.00
|HiDrive ||$ 6.45
|Glacier Backup||$ 0.007-0.113
|Symform ||$ 50.00
While there are many cloud backup services available, ones that offer backup for Synology devices are surprisingly few.
Plus, since you’re probably going to back up a large amount of data, it’s also important to choose an affordable and secure cloud backup service.
To help you make the right decision, I have curated five of the best cloud backup options for Synology.
How This Article is Setup
I’d like to take a second to explain how this article is setup and its purpose.
This article is not a full review of each service, rather, I’m trying to present:
- A summary of each Synology backup service
- A small snippet about why I liked each one
- A list of pros and cons
Of course, after reading this piece, I do advise that you take the time to try out each service’s free offer, whether it be a trial period or free account.
Before you make a final decision with whom to backup your Synology NAS device with.