Synology Launches BeeStation

Synology has announced the launch of BeeStation, a new addition to its product line designed to bring personal cloud storage to everyone, particularly those who seek simplicity and ease of use. BeeStation will make backing up, managing, and sharing files adaptable to any lifestyle without subscription fees and with maximum control over your private data.

Lewis Sheng, Product Manager at Synology Inc., emphasises the role of BeeStation within the Synology ecosystem: “For nearly two decades, Synology has been a leader in NAS solutions, offering advanced features for tech enthusiasts and professionals. With BeeStation, we’re addressing a different need. BeeStation packs all the file management and backup essentials into a more accessible and simplified hardware and software experience.”

“Start your cloud straight out of the box with a built-in 4 TB hard drive, ample room for work documents, personal files, photos, and videos. By simply scanning a QR code and connecting the necessary cables, users are minutes away from their cloud service. The accompanying web, desktop and mobile applications offer a seamless experience for managing and accessing files from anywhere, mirroring the convenience of popular cloud services,” the company said.

BeeStation allows users to easily create private storage spaces for each family member. This feature ensures that individual privacy is respected and maintained. No complex networking or IT skills are needed by anyone. With BeeStation, automatic backups of photos and videos from iOS and Android devices keep your most important memories protected.

Additionally, the AI-powered photo organizer simplifies the task of managing your entire photo library, making it easier than ever to find and share specific images or albums with hardware-accelerated people and object recognition. BeeStation’s advanced features include the ability to back up files from Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, and connected USB drives, ensuring that users always retain a copy of their important data.

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Chris Fernando

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