NAS Compares Best Synology 2-Bay NAS – 2020

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NAS Compares Best Synology 2-Bay NAS – 2020

Choosing the Best 2-Bay Synology NAS Drive

Choosing the best NAS drive for your needs can often be a difficult or imposing job. Network Attached Storage has evolved a lot over the years to a point now where they are less like basic storage devices and more like fully functioning computers, with operating systems, applications and a complete graphical user interface. Synology NAS has been in the business of producing NAS solutions for a number of years and in the field of desktop 2 drive (hard drive or solid-state drive) NAS systems, they are pretty well established as a reliable, user-friendly and fully featured brand provider. With an impressive selection of 2-Bay NAS solutions currently available in their 2018-2020 range of devices, it can often be difficult to choose the best 2-Bay NAS for your needs, as each NAS in the Standard, J, Play and Plus series are designed with different strengths. Never fear, below is a quick and easy guide to the best NAS for Plex Media Server, Backups, Media Streaming, Surveillance, Office work or all of them together! Before you go ahead, what do ALL Synology 2-Bay NAS provide:

  • Support of over 100 Applications that can be installed on the Synology DSM user interface
  • Access from over the network or anywhere in the world (with encryption) via Windows, Mac, Android and iOS systems
  • Many client applications for Mobile and Desktop Computer systems for tailored access
  • DLNA Media streaming support to Smart TVs, Consoles, Audio to Amazon Alexa, FireStick Streaming and more
  • Plex Media Server Support
  • Apple Time Machine Support
  • Synology Drive, Office, Chat and Calendar Support
  • Sync and Backup options with 3rd party cloud services
  • Supporting multiple users and multiple security credentials at once
  • Business-class Surveillance software (Surveillance Station) and 2 cameras licences with every NAS 2-Bay
  • Backup Software for USB, Cloud, NAS-to-NAS and general file servers with Hyper Backup
  • iTunes Media Server
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