440 The Business Case for Synology

Oct. 1, 2022

440 The Business Case for Synology

440 The Business Case for Synology

Has Synology become a business class NAS appliance?
Guest: Douglas Rickets, Account Manager at Synology

For me, the answer is emphatically YES that Synology is ready for business. The addition of Synology Directory Server has turned the typical NAS appliance into a domain controller to manager users, devices, groups, and more!

Doug is a part of the Healthcare Account Management Team that works to provide deployment ideas for healthcare environments. 

Synology Website: https://www.synology.com/en-us

My favorite NAS is the Synology 4 Bay DS920+: https://amzn.to/3SJzvOJ

Synology 12 Bay Controller: https://amzn.to/3RrfcE3

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Douglas Ricketts

Douglas Ricketts is a technical account manager with Synology’s healthcare team. He has technical training in DevOps and cloud infrastructure from both Synology America and MIT and has architected large-scale Synology deployments for many healthcare facilities within North America. He is passionate about cost-effective data protection strategies and stopping the rampancy of ransomware.