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How to streamline file sharing for multi-site businesses

Synology spotlights how organizations can increase productivity and reduce costs with NAS
The enterprise workforce has long been spread across multiple office sites. But today they’re also working from living rooms, airports, coffee shops and other remote locations. In fact, research shows that nearly two-thirds of organizations today have remote workers. This new reality presents several IT and data management challenges.

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Coronavirus: How remote access and cross office file sharing would help your businesses during difficult times

There’s a growing global concern of Coronavirus outbreak that has subtly bringing unease upon Asia and devastated global economic impacts. On 2nd of March, the head of the World Trade Organization said that he expected the coronavirus epidemic to have a ‘substantial’ impact on the global economy. In the wake of these unfortunate events, the need for an efficient IT infrastructure that supports remote team collaboration and file syncing capabilities shall be examined and implemented to ensure stable performance and business continuity during difficult times.

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Enabling Remote Work – Synology VPN Plus Licenses Free Until September 30, 2020

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have adopted work from home policies. Synology's wireless routers feature powerful VPN server capabilities that enable businesses to quickly facilitate a remote workforce. Starting from April 6, Synology VPN Plus licenses will become free to purchase until September 30, 20201. 

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Work from home: Is your business’s IT environment ready for the challenge during COVID-19 outbreak?

Panicked responses to the infamous COVID-19 have triggered strange, yet substantial adaptation in remote collaboration innovations in work places all around the world. It’s not however, just large companies that are suffering in the wake of panic. Some SMBs are also taking cautionary measures for employees to work from home to avoid any chance of virus spreading among the staff.

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