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Powerful admin tools
FileCloud offers a powerful admin interface allowing user management, insightful analytics and powerful reports, enable role-based access, manage all connected devices, full audit logs and much more features for effective control. FileCloud also offers advanced workflows.
FileCloud integration with Office 365
Synology NAS only provides active backup for Office 365 whereas, FileCloud fully integrates with Office 365. If you have an Office 365 subscription, you can fully integrate FileCloud with your Office Online server. With this Office Online integration, you can open, edit and save any Office files stored in FileCloud right from your browser.
Data loss prevention & Mass deployment support
FileCloud also offers data loss prevention in form of remote wipe, recycle bin, view only file shares and option to roll back to previous versions. All this and tons of more features makes FileCloud a better alternative to Synology NAS. It is possible with FileCloud to provide defaults for the FileCloud Client Apps like Sync, Drive and Office Add ons. This is especially useful when doing mass rollout of the client apps across the enterprise.
FileCloud provides an option to use your brand assets with FileCloud. You can customize logo, login screens, get customized email templates and much more to use your brand identity along with FileCloud.
Synology NAS is fine for very simple use cases. But if you are looking for a full fledged enterprise file sharing solution you should look elsewhere. If you want enterprise capabilities like security, encryption, compliance, reports, audit trial, admin workflows, Microsoft office integration, advanced file sharing, metadata management, data loss prevention, powerful backup and sync options, FileCloud is the best alternative over Synology NAS.