Here at Storage Made Easy we can quite often get involved in helping a customer clone, or move, their data from one storage provider to another. This is often a one time operation, and we have a number of in-house apps and scripts that we are able to use but today I’d like to discuss a third party free solution called Rclone.by
This blog posts hilights a feature demo that was jointly presented on a recent webex with IBM.by
The way this works is as follows:by
As CEO of Storage Made Easy, it is difficult to pick a ‘winner’ for the favourite feature section as there are so many quality features. However, if I had to pick one that I use frequently, it is the file sharing controls for Secure Link Sharing.
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OpenStack Swift is more than an enabler to store large amounts of unstructured data. The massive scalability, geographic dispersion, and REST API Access are a way to achieve some compelling use cases, of which the most popular is undoubtedly file sharing.
In the past Enterprise File Share and Sync has been more traditionally associated with file-based storage platforms but as such storage platforms struggle to scale and don’t naturally lend themselves to be web accessible pairing Enterprise File Share and Sync with object storage solutions such as OpenStack Swift has become much more compelling for enterprises. Not only from an ease of use perspective but also from an ROI perspective.
This post looks at the “must have” features that should be demanded from an OpenStack Swift Enterprise Sync and Share vendor.by
Today we released our new Web File Manager UI. We believe it is a significant improvement over our prior File Manager UI in terms of simplicity and ease of use:
One of the first things to notice is that the Web File Manager can operate in a single pane. In fact this is its default mode.by
Today we made an update on our FTP and SFTP DNS entries for our US and EU SaaS services.
Personal or Business Cloud customers who have access to SME FTP and SFTP should now use the below to access the FTP and SFTP services: