Gladinet Cloud Enterprise continues to add enhancements. Here is a quick
summary of recent features added.
(1) Support for Windows DFS as backend storage. In the past we support
Windows network shares. Now we support DFS shares.
(2) Storage Reports, File Reports and Usage Reports.
(3) Scalability Enhancements on Gladinet Cloud Enterprise Worker Nodes.
(4) Local Editor Features to merge web portal experience with local editor
Pretty soon we will be releasing video about recent enhancements. Stay tuned!
We released Gladinet Cloud Desktop 3.0 this morning. It is a pretty big
milestone as version 3.0 typically marks the maturity of a piece of software.
If version 1 were to test the market acceptance and start collecting
feedback, and version 2 were the start of incorporating user feedback into
the product, version 3.0 is completely driven by feedbacks from our
customers, partners and user base.
There are several new changes you will notice. The most noticeable one could
be the changes in the usability and the new look and feel. However, the
biggest feature is the addition of Cloud... (more)
The following video shows how to setup a service template inside HP
CloudSystem Matrix with basic Windows Server 2008 R2. After that, we can
start the virtual machine and install the Gladinet Cloud Enterprise in the HP
The end game is an enterprise private sync and share solution running inside
the CloudSystem Matrix/Virtual Machine/Virtual Network environment.
As I was explaining Gladinet CloudAFS to a group of IT people as a file
server with cloud storage attached, one question I got was:
How much bandwidth you need to run file server with cloud storage?
It is very obvious where the concern is coming from. If I had an on-premise
file server, with cloud storage attached as tier 2 storage, will the slowness
of the Internet (as compared to LAN) slow down the file server activities?
Rest assured, Gladinet CloudAFS takes care of this. Specifically, it takes
care of two issues.
A. Slow Internet to the Cloud Storage – that is why it is tier2 s... (more)
Amazon Cloud Drive is cool. It is secure and reliable cloud storage from
the same company that created Amazon S3, which hosts over 262 Billion
Amazon Cloud Drive used from Windows Explorer as a local drive with a drive
letter is even cooler.
This article shows how to integrate Amazon Cloud Drive into Windows as a
mapped network drive letter to support the BASIC cloud storage use cases:
Backup local folders and files to Amazon Cloud Drive
Access Amazon Cloud Drive with a drive letter and drag/drop capability.
Sync folders and files across multiple PC, leveraging Amazon Cloud ... (more)