NAS cloud backup solutions

Unleash the power of hybrid cloud to more securely protect your NAS data off-site.

The power of hybrid cloud: NAS + B2 Cloud Storage

Back up your NAS with B2 Cloud Storage for enhanced security and scalability. Backblaze B2 is integrated with Synology, QNAP, TrueNAS, OWC Jellyfish, and more.

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Ransomware protection

Protect your NAS from evolving ransomware threats with immutable and virtually air-gapped backups.

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Disaster recovery

Instantly access readily available backups and avoid costly downtime during disasters for immediate NAS restores.

Affordable pricing

Store and use more data for less—with pricing ⅕ the rates of AWS S3 and free egress up to 3x your monthly stored data.

Featued native integrations for NAS

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One hot service, two ways to buy

How will you make the most of your infrastructure cost savings?

Pay-As-You-Go

 
$6
/ TB / mo
  • 100% flexibility for Opex needs
  • Scale up or down as needed
  • Billed precisely to the byte hour

B2 Reserve

 
$1,560
/ 20 TB / year
  • 100% consistency for Capex needs
  • Includes subsidized data migration and premium support
  • Volume and term discounts available

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Seamless protection for leading enterprise and cloud NAS solutions

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Enhanced security

Protect your business with enterprise-grade security features like encryption, object lock, MFA, access controls, and growing layers of security.

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Easy scalability

Scale up or down on demand without requiring capital hardware purchases or over-provisioning, and only pay for what you use.

Cyber resiliency

Fortify your business's defenses with end-to-end recovery solutions, designed to mitigate and recover from cyber attacks or unforeseen events. 

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The backups on Backblaze B2 are our ‘In case of emergency, break glass’ protection... It’s well worth the cost to ensure all backup data are off-site more than five miles away.
Roger Glenn
IT Infrastructure and Systems Engineer, Coast Community College District

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FAQ

Which NAS devices can be backed up with Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage?

Backblaze B2 seamlessly integrates with S3 compatible enterprise and cloud NAS services, including but not limited to Asustor, Ctera, Dell Isilon, iOsafe, LucidLink, Morro Data, OWC JellyFish, Panzura, QNAP, Synology, TrueNAS, and more.

How much does NAS backup cost with Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage?

Backblaze B2 provides a cost-effective backup solution for NAS devices for roughly one-fifth the cost of AWS S3. There are no hidden fees, no tiers, no minimum retention policy, and no minimum file size requirement. It really is that simple. More information about our pricing can be found here.

Is Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage HIPAA compliant?

Backblaze serves many customers in the healthcare space, and we are happy to provide Business Associate Agreements (BAA) to our customers. In general, cloud backups help you achieve compliance with HIPAA by keeping a copy of your data off-site while still retrievable. Learn more about the encryption options we offer to meet HIPAA requirements here.

Which backup software can I use to back up my NAS data to Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage?

You can use the native applications on your NAS device or one of Backblaze B2’s integrations with leading backup software, including Veeam, Cohesity, Commvault, HYCU, MSP360, GoodSync, qBackup, Retrospect, SyncBackPro, Syncovery, and more.

Is Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage GDPR compliant?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was created to protect the personal data of people residing in the European Union. Backblaze is fully compliant with GDPR. You can find more information about the data we collect from you, why we collect it, and what we do with it in our privacy policy.

My NAS device has both sync and backup functionality. Which one should I use to get my data to Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage?

Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage supports both sync and backup functions. Sync allows you to synchronize folders or files on your NAS to other devices or into the cloud, making it a great tool for collaborating with teams. Backup functionality, on the other hand, securely backs up and protects your NAS data off-site away from your primary location. Some NAS devices have separate apps for backup and sync, while others include both options in one app.

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