I’m looking into buying my first NAS device. The two models I’m looking at are the QNAP TS-328 and the Synology DS218+.
One feature that I seen in one of you videos was the Synology Drive application.
Does QNAP offer anything similar? I’m looking for a feature similar to Google Drive or Dropbox. Something that I can access a variety of files in the same location, without having to open several different applications.
Qnap indeed has a similar app available, but Synology will work much more similar to Google Drive or Dropbox. Synology Drive will let you synchronize computers and mobile devices instantly. And it gets even better- you can access previous versions of the file just like Dropbox. And all this with no monthly subscription fee or storage space limits. And it will even work faster on the local network.
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