Synology C2 Backup Now Available to Users Worldwide

Synology has announced the general availability of the Synology C2 Backup service to users worldwide.

Initially established to meet the increasing demands from European customers for a secure and highly-integrated cloud back-up solution, C2 Backup now allows precious data stored on Synology NAS around the world to retain copies on Synology’s Europe-based cloud storage in case of disaster recovery.

The company says that C2 Backup has sustained high growth in the six months following the initial launch, its data centre in Frankfurt has expanded in response to the overwhelming popularity and the increasing storage demand.

According to Synology, the level of customer satisfaction is attested by the subscription rate, with over 96% of new users continuing their subscription after the free trial.

“The flexibility of cloud backup in terms of low barrier to entry and strong future scalability plays a key role in the rapid growth of this market. With the demand for offsite data protection on the rise, we have received numerous requests from regions outside EMEA to expand our C2 Backup coverage,” said Jia-Yu Liu, Director of Application Group at Synology.

“We are happy to announce that all users around the world can now enjoy the same seamless backup experience designed specifically for Synology NAS.”

Synology C2 Backup currently offers two plans for users with different requirements.

Plan I fulfills essential backup needs with daily backup with regular retention, up to 11 backup versions for 30 days and a flexible plan selection of 100GB, 300GB and 1TB storage capacities.

Plan II provides features for users that require advanced data protection. This includes flexible backup schedules, customisable retention policies, data reduplication for storage usage optimisation and terabytes of storage capacity.

Synology C2 Backup offers a 30-day free trial for new subscribers to try the solution in their production deployment environments.

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