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See Backup Jobs for a complete explanation on how to automate backups of data stored on your NAS. You can back up your data to:
Important info on NAS backup: RAID is a great solution to keep your NAS running in case of disk failure. However, RAID is not a backup solution and it does not offer protection against all types of hardware failure. Therefore, administrators should back up NAS data to DAS or another NAS on a regular basis. See Backup Jobs for details.
Your NAS is fully compatible with popular backup solutions such as:
A share on your NAS can be set as a backup target for these and other backup software. Make certain that the user has access to the target share meant for his computer backup. Additionally, deleting a share that acts as a backup target will delete all associated computer backups.
Note on Time Machine: Time Machine must be enabled in NAS OS before a NAS share can be used as a backup destination. Go to the NAS OS General > Services tab to enable the Time Machine service. See General for details on services.