Gladinet Cloud Enterprise is built on top of Microsoft Web Platform,
including Windows Server, Internet Information Server, .NET Framework, SQL
Server (and Express) and ASP.NET. This makes it very straight forward to
install on Windows Server 2012.
This video documents how to get it installed on Amazon AMI Server 2012. It is
very straight forward. It all started with picking the clean OS image to
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Here you go, the video …
It is about 50 days into the new year and there are already many changes in
Gladinet products and solutions. Here are some of the most important ones.
Mobile Client Enhancements
iOS client added many features, such as multiple file upload, thumbnail
viewing for directory listing. Added token support for security.
Android client added many features as well, such as multiple file upload,
offline support, and token for security.
Large Active Directory Support
In January, we simulated an internal active directory forest that covers 3
sub-domains, containing over 300,000 users. This is ... (more)
We opened up an Internet poll last week about which cloud storage do you use.
The poll will continue to be open for vote at Gladinet blog. The early
results are interesting.
It looks like many readers are familiar with Google Docs and Microsoft
Windows SkyDrive. Not surprising since both Google and Microsoft are big
brand names. Both services are free. Both services were introduced long ago
(Google Docs in 2006 and SkyDrive in 2007)
It is interesting to see Amazon S3 has a big lead over the rest of the crowd,
especially over Windows Azure Storage. It is possible that Windows Azur... (more)
Cloud storage wasn’t well known until Amazon popularized it with S3. S3 is
still ahead of competition, while competitors like EMC Atmos and Windows
Azure are quickly closing in. Windows Azure went from beta to release in
February this year. EMC makes major marketing push for the Atmos offering at
the EMC World this week. They are all competing for the cloud storage king
S3 may be busy defending while EMC Atmos and Windows Azure are playing
offense. What kind of offensive marketing strategy have we seen? As marketing
guru will predict: Find a weakness in the leader’s st... (more)
Google Storage for Developer was announced at the recent Google I/O event. A
closer look at the Google Storage API reveals that it is similar to Amazon
S3’s API. This means direct competition between Google Storage and Amazon
Year 2010 is already interesting for the Cloud Storage wars. S3 is still
enjoying a commanding lead. Windows Azure came full release. EMC Atmos came
full release too at the EMC World earlier this month. Now seven days later
the Google Storage came.
We saw S3 playing defensively as the leader. Strong competitive moves should
always be blocked. When Azure... (more)