The start of the pandemic early in 2020 forced most of people working at offices to swap to a working from home situation. Some companies were not fully prepared for this transition, as was the case of Adams Wealth Advisors, New staff working from home created problems for an infrastructure built to support employees working from the office.by
Collaborating with external partners and clients in a secure way is a key issue for most companies at the moment. In the case of the company subject to our last case study, they needed fluid access to brand materials for planning, marketing, and sales purposes.
See how the Enterprise File Fabric solved the collaboration challenges of a Global Footwear Firm.by
Rclone v1.54 now supports the Enterprise File Fabric (EFF) v2006.03 for copying, moving, syncing and listing of files/objects. Did you know Rclone also supports mapping drives in Windows or mounting in OSX/Linux?by
Having worked in product strategy and product Direction for object storage companies such as Swiftstack and Cloudian, Doug Soltesz is perfectly placed to discuss the forthcoming QUIC protocol standard.by
As per per our prior blog post Rclone v1.54 now supports the Enterprise File Fabric (EFF) v2006.03 for copying, moving, syncing and listing of files/objects.
Did you know Rclone also supports mapping drives in Windows or mounting in OSX/Linux?by
As remote working settles into becoming more and more of a reality for many companies our experience is that many companies wish to facilitate direct end user access to Amazon’s Simple Object Storage, Amazon S3.
The reasons they want to do this are:
We are pleased to announce that the File Fabric has been added as an Rclone connector in the newly released 1.54 version of Rclone.
Rclone is a free open source command line tool that works across Windows, Mac and Linux to sync and work with remotely stored files.
The help pages for the File Fabric and Rclone can be found here.
Let’s take a look at Rclone by installing it, in this case on a Linux system via the terminal:by
Pandemic-driven increases in work from home initiatives along with incidents such as the recent Solar Winds data breach have increased the security imperative for data auditing.
Access to structured data is, for the most part, audited via database logs and application audit trails. On the other hand, for access to unstructured data, the fastest growing component of corporate data, there exists little to no unified access logging. This problem is compounded because organizations of even moderate size typically deploy storage across multiple data platforms – on premises NAS and windows filers, cloud applications such as MS OneDrive, Google Drive, SharePoint and, DropBox, to native cloud data stores as S3, Azure and GCP.by
In the second episode of our podcast series “Storage Masters” we have focused on the challenges of cloud and object storage integrations and how this can be tackled.
Our guest speaker for the second episode of “Storage Masters” is Nick Craig-Wood, developer of the open-source Rclone, a command line program to manage files on cloud storage.
Continue reading “The Enterprise Storage Podcast | Storage Masters Episode #2: Investigating Rclone. A conversation with Nick Craig-Wood, developer of the open-source tool Rclone, a command line program to manage cloud storage files.”by
We are very excited to announce The Enterprise Storage Podcast is now live!
We are living in a data world, overwhelming and sometimes confusing. Making company’s data easily accessible, wherever it may be stored, is our main claim. Through this podcast you will learn the ins and outs, the nuts and bolts, the tips and tricks to make data management easy.by
One of the predominant use cases that many companies have is to enable file access to SMB file shares that live behind the corporate firewall , or indeed are hosted on IaaS infrastructures (such as Amazon FSX or Azure Files), without the need for a VPN and without reconfiguring permissions whilst using Active Directory or LDAP for authentication and also ensuring that data is secure and compliance legislation is satisfied.
This has of course become even more of a requisite during the recent Covid-19 pandemic in which there is a pressing need to enabled. such access for remote workers.
Accessing files over CIFS/SMB network over VPN using a mobile network is possible but access can be patchy, clients apps limited and it is often extremely slow.
The File Fabric enables this using its built in CIFS / SMB connector. This blog post will step through how to web enable SMB file shares.by
The team behind the Storage Made Easy Blog has published articles on the hottest topics of the year: remote working, challenges and changes in the way companies are dealing with data, or remote cybersecurity; are some of the topics covered.
Here are our top 5 picks:by