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Network-attached storage is one of the quickest and easiest ways to share files across a group of multiple devices. But like all gadgets, NAS devices are merely mortal, and if they crash, so will all your data. That’s why IDrive released NAS backup applications for Synology, Netgear, and QNAP, keeping your NAS files secure and accessible from the IDrive cloud in the event of a data disaster.

With IDrive, you never have to worry about losing your NAS device data. To keep your files safe from threats like viruses and online theft, all your files are secured with military grade 256-bit AES encryption, with the option of choosing a unique private key to which only you have access. And if your NAS device crashes, you can easily restore your data to another NAS device from the IDrive cloud. In addition to keeping your NAS device data safe, IDrive makes it easily accessible from any computer, tablet or mobile phone linked to your account.

Network-attached storage interconnects multiple devices in a network to enable easy file sharing. But since new data is being acquired all the time from different places, it can be tough to stay up-to-date with manual backups. To help you stay on top of your backups, IDrive for NAS enables you to schedule automated backups and restores of your NAS device, receive email notifications when tasks are completed, and view logs of all your activity so you know what has been backed up. You can also create multiple backup and restore sets for different elements of your network, choosing what data to backup and the time at which you need to do it. With IDrive’s NAS backup, managing your QNAP, Netgear, or Synology data has never been easier.

To give you the flexibility you need to conveniently backup your NAS device, you can either backup as a mapped drive on a computer running the IDrive application, or via our browser-based dashboard. To get you started, our IDrive Express service will backup up to 3TB of your NAS data in under 7 days, so you don’t have to waste time and bandwidth making the big move to the cloud.

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