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TAIPEI, Taiwan & SEATTLE, Nov 29, 2011 –/BackupReview.info/– QNAP(R) Systems Inc. today announced a partnership with Symform to provide QNAP customers with up to 200 GB of free cloud backup and unlimited cloud backup for a low flat monthly fee. Symform is available with all new QNAP units and to existing customer devices through a free software update. QNAP customers simply click on the Symform tab in the QNAP Cloud Backup wizard to quickly register and start backing up their NAS data to the Symform cloud, enabling secondary backup and disaster recovery services.
“QNAP customers purchase our NAS products because they place great value on their data,” said Jerome Jaussaud, product manager of QNAP. “QNAP offers users cloud backup solutions to safeguard their data, and we are pleased to offer an additional data protection alternative by partnering with Symform, who offers the lowest price on the market for secure cloud storage.”
In addition to fast and affordable backup services, users can use Symform to synchronize critical data directly from a QNAP device, between multiple QNAP devices, or between a QNAP device and other devices, such as laptops or tablet PCs. Because Symform has as no file size limits, users can use the cloud to backup large files or images. Symform also provides users a way to earn more free services through referrals and contribution. Symform is the industry’s first decentralized cloud backup and storage solution, providing users a cloud platform that is faster, more cost-effective, and more secure than traditional cloud solutions.
“At Symform, we are offering revolutionary value with secure cloud storage and backup at the guaranteed lowest flat fee,” said Praerit Garg, president and co-founder of Symform. “QNAP is a leader in the NAS market focused on delivering high quality solutions, and we’re excited to supply its users with the most affordable and secure cloud backup and disaster recovery solution.”
The Symform storage cloud is free of charge (up to 200 GB) with QNAP NAS firmware V3.5.2. Users who upgrade their QNAP Turbo NAS to firmware V3.5.2 also receive the following enhancements:
– Improved performance for changing file and folder permissions when Advanced Folder Permission is enabled.
– Five new UI languages: Hungarian, Romania, Thai, Portuguese (Brazil) and Greek.
QNAP and Symform are hosting an upcoming Webinar on backup disaster recovery best practices for small and medium businesses, scheduled for December 8, 2011, at 9:00 a.m. Pacific time. To register, go to: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/142655150
The new V3.5.2 firmware update is immediately available for all QNAP Turbo NAS models at: http://www.qnap.com/download.asp
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