Synology Betas New NAS OS

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Tim Higgins

Synology has opened a public beta of its new NAS OS.

Changes and improvements in the DiskStation Manager (DSM) 3.2 beta include:

– the option to function as part of an existing LDAP environment or to create a new one
– syslog server
– remote folder service
– ISO mounts
– remote management from iOS and Android devices
– Google Cloud Print support
– support for Mac OS Lion and new Time Machine protocol
– backup versioning

The beta is supported on DiskStation models x08 and newer. More information will be available later today.

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