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QNAP Turbo NAS performs as an ideal backup destination, with large storage capacity and excellent file transfer speed to greatly assist you on backup tasks. In addition to being a backup destination, the Turbo NAS can also have its data backed up to external storage devices easily and conveniently.
 

Backup center of valuable data

Easy-to-use backup utility for Windows

The QNAP NetBak Replicator, provided with any Turbo NAS unit free of charge, helps you easily back up files from Windows PC - entire disk drives, documents, pictures, music, videos, fonts, emails, and more - to the Turbo NAS. The operation is very simple. You can do the backup task in just a few clicks using NetBak Replicator by the setting of real-time synchronization, scheduled backup and auto-backup from multiple PCs to the Turbo NAS.

NetBak Replicator also supports backing up to a remote server via FTP and WebDAV through the Internet. Imagine that you can backup new photos whenever on vacation. Even you are away from home, the convenient backup supports your memories.

The enhanced QNAP NetBak Replicator utility comes with many advanced features to help you easily back up data on Windows PC to the Turbo NAS.

  • Runs as a background service without login session required
  • Allows silent installation for administrators to deploy NetBak Replicator by Group Policy (GPO) on computers quickly without interruption
  • Creates VSS snapshot of VM or database on the Windows, and backs up the content of the snapshot to the Turbo NAS
  • Supports VHD/VHDX (Virtual Hard Disks) backup

Apple Time Machine support

The Turbo NAS supports Apple Time Machine and provides Mac OS X users with an effortless solution to back up desktop data. You can also set the capacity in the Turbo NAS dedicated for Mac data backup. It’s as easy as you used an external storage device to back up data before.

Convenient USB one-touch-copy

Even no PC is required to have data on USB external devices backed up to the Turbo NAS. The Turbo NAS provides a convenient way to connect a USB device, such as digital camera, digital camcorder, or USB disk to the front-panel USB port and tap on the “Copy” button to instantly back up data to the Turbo NAS. If you take photos and back up photos every day, this feature is rather useful and will save your precious time while in the old days you had to access the web-based interface on your PC in order to complete the process.

Application Notes

User Manual NetBak Replicator Apple Time Machine USB One-touch-copy
 

Back up to external drives

By connecting external drives to the Turbo NAS via the eSATA or USB ports, IT administrators can easily configure and copy the shared folders on the Turbo NAS to the external devices. The external hard drive backup supports multiple backup tasks, email notifications, and scheduling, giving IT administrators more flexibility to arrange data backup.

With the supports of external drives in EXT3, EXT4, FAT32, HFS+, and NTFS format and high-speed read/write performance, the Turbo NAS can back up data to these devices and restore the data in Mac and Windows environment.

Even no PC is required to have data on USB external devices backed up to the Turbo NAS. The Turbo NAS provides a convenient way to connect a USB device, such as digital camera, digital camcorder, or USB disk to the front-panel USB port and tap on the “Copy” button to instantly back up data to the Turbo NAS. If you take photos and back up photos every day, this feature is rather useful and will save your precious time while in the old days you had to access the web-based interface on your PC in order to complete the process.

The Turbo NAS is compatible with various renowned backup software on the market, such as Acronis® True Image, CA® ARCserve Backup, Retrospect®, Symantec® Backup Exec, LaCie® SilverKeeper and so on. Companies that have already adopted such backup software can immediately leverage the large storage capacity found in the Turbo NAS to back up data from other sources on the network.

External Drive USB One-touch-copy
 

Back up to remote server via RTRR or rsync

Data in the Turbo NAS can be backed up to another remote Turbo NAS or FTP server on a real-time basis via QNAP’s RTRR (Real-Time Remote Replication) service, or a standard rsync server on scheduling basis via rsync protocol.

With RTRR, the source Turbo NAS will monitor the files and synchronize the changes to the destination server. IT administrators can do backup tasks by instant backup and scheduled backup, with compression and SSH encryption options supported.

2-way sync

QNAP’s RTRR (Real-Time Remote Replication) service allows scheduled data backup to synchronize shared folders between two Turbo NAS units, ensuring the synced Turbo NAS will always have identical data. The 2-way synchronization provides better backup efficiency and improves office and branch collaboration.

FTP root-path backup

RTRR supports backing up files in a root path from FTP server and popular cloud services. Backup management becomes more convenient and time-saving.

 

Cloud backup

QTS offers easy-to-use, feature-rich, and secure cloud backup solutions that allow you to back up your data to a variety of enterprise-class public cloud storage services including Microsoft Azure, Amazon Glacier, Amazon S3, ElephantDrive, Google Cloud Storage, Dropbox* and IBM SoftLayer. It also supports various private cloud storage solutions that are compatible with OpenStack Swift, and WebDAV. QTS is your cloud storage gateway that helps you build a simple and affordable disaster recovery plan, as well as worry-free data preservation for archival or compliance purposes.

* Dropbox app can only be installed on x86 NAS models.


Learn more: QNAP Cloud Backup Solutions


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