Qsync for file synchronization

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Qsync for file synchronization

Qsync for file synchronization

Cross-device File Sync for Optimal Teamwork

Qsync enables efficient file synchronization between a QNAP NAS and linked devices such as computers, laptops and mobile devices. Business users can access the most-recent files in the shared folder at anytime from a wide range of devices, greatly enhancing teamwork and collaboration. Personal users can easily access their media files from mobile devices to enjoy a complete multimedia experience and to easily share with family and friends.

Qsync for file synchronization

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Group shared folder for optimized teamwork efficiency

Modern business models require real-time collaboration between workers both inside and outside of the office to complete complex projects. Ensuring that everyone can securely access the latest files can be a challenge. Qsync turns a QNAP NAS into a safe data center for file synchronization with a large storage capacity. There are multiple ways of file synchronization and group file sharing, allowing everyone to access files anywhere anytime and greatly enhancing the flexibility of collaboration.

Group shared folder for optimized teamwork efficiency

Cross-device file synchronization for mobile multimedia entertainment

While public cloud services offer free storage and allow sharing files across devices, multimedia files can easily exceed storage limits. In this case, you will need to delete some files or pay a monthly fee for more space. With Qsync, you can easily sync files on your NAS across all of your connected devices. You can benefit from the large storage potential of your NAS to watch videos on the go without paying extra fees - all while maintaining control over your own files.

Group shared folder for optimized teamwork efficiency

Benefits of Qsync

  • No extra costs or space limitations

    Qsync is an integral part of a QNAP NAS and does not require any extra fees or subscription costs. The storage space is limited only by the total capacity of the NAS.

  • Total control over your data

    As Qsync is on your QNAP NAS, you do not have to send it through third parties during file sync. This way you remain in control of how your data is used and transmitted.

  • Save up device storage

    Qsync allows you to remove files on one device without affecting the copies stored on others that are linked with the NAS. However, when someone updates the files you deleted on another device, you can still retrieve them from the Qsync folder.

  • Sync to all your devices

    Whenever you add, edit, delete or rename a file on one computer, the change applies to all others linked with your NAS, so you have exactly identical contents on all your devices.

  • Sync shared folders

    Synchronization can also be enabled on shared folders (with well-thought-out privilege settings by administrators) to greatly increase group work efficiency. Everyone with access to those shared folders can get the synchronized files in a timely manner.

  • Share team folders with different groups of people

    Your life is connected with different groups of people. You can create sub-folders within the Qsync folder, and share each with different groups of NAS users as a file exchange center. Everyone in the same sub-folder is always kept up-to-date with the latest version of the files.

  • Quickly share files with download links

    Create download links to share files with people, even if they do not have a NAS account. This greatly reduces the time in creating user accounts just to share low-priority documents with people.

  • Versioning control

    With Qsync versioning control, all file revisions are saved as a copy for future retrieval. With file versioning, there’s no need to worry about files being overwritten or mistakenly deleted. Even the files that have been deleted from the recycle bin can be retrieved.

  • Apply settings to all devices

    With the central configuration mode, you can directly manage user privileges, set up Qsync client configurations, and apply customized or default settings effortlessly to all devices at once from one device.

  • Remotely erase the Qsync folder

    If your NAS is stolen or lost, you can remotely erase the Qsync folder to avoid data breaches, and even restore it after you have retrieved the device.