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Secure Backup to Windows Azure Blob Storage

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Perhaps you have considered backing up your data to Windows Azure, but wondered what assurance you have that your data will be secure when backed up online?

With the introduction of AES 256-bit encryption for files backed up to Windows Azure, Gladinet has an answer for you: The system encrypts your files before saving them on the Azure servers in their encrypted form.


Using Gladinet Cloud Desktop, First you would need to map Windows Azure Blob Storage as a network drive.

How to Backup Securely to EMC Atmos

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There are certainly many benefits to backing up your data to EMC Atmos, but how can users be sure that no one can look at their files after they’re backed up online? Until now, that was a nagging question with no good answer.
With the introduction of AES 256-bit encryption for files backed up to EMC Atmos, Gladinet is tackling that concern head-on: The system encrypts users’ files on the storage client before saving them on the servers in their encrypted form.

Secure Backup to AT&T Synaptic Storage

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Gladinet recognizes that one of the major concerns of cloud storage users is security. There are certainly many benefits to backing up your data to Synaptic Storage, but how can users be sure that hackers, service provider employees or anyone else can’t look at their files after they’re backed up online? Until now, that was a nagging question with no good answer.

With the introduction of AES 256-bit encryption for files backed up to Synaptic Storage, Gladinet Cloud Desktop 2.0 is tackling that concern head-on: The system simply encrypts users’ files on the storage client before saving them on the servers in their encrypted form.

Gladinet Cloud Desktop 2.0 Enhances Security, Performance, Usability and Google Docs Support

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With the release of Cloud Desktop 2.0, Gladinet expects to further establish its industry-leading position as the world's first ubiquitous cloud storage client by enhancing security, usability and performance. Following are some highlights of the new capabilities and enhancements. For more information about Google enhancements, visit ReadWriteWeb's article explaining how to Map GDrive as a Desktop Folder with GladinetEnhanced UsabilityThe new Gladinet Management Console completely reworks and consolidates all the management interfaces for the Cloud Desktop virtual directory manager, task manager, settings manager, backup manager and audit tracing, and the new Cache Manager offers smart caching and granular cache controls. Here's a screen shot of the new task manager. It gives a brief overview of the progress of all the transfers and backups, with the ability to drill down for more detail. The new cache manager provides features like the ability to set the cache control mod…

Map Google Picasa as a Network Drive

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Gladinet Cloud Desktop provides a mapped network drive interface to Google Picasa making GDrive accessible through a local drive letter, like G: or any other one that is available. This enables users to access and manage files in Google Storage exactly as they would on their desktop. To mount Google Picasa, first launch the mounting wizard from the systray menu for Gladinet Cloud Desktop: This launches the wizard. Select Google Picasa from the drop down listbox on the first page: Choose a name for the virtual directory. This is the name for the folder that will appear under “My Gladinet Drive (Z:)” on your desktop. Click next and enter your credentials: Click next, verify the information and click Finish: Now Google Picasa is attached to your local drive: Now you can transfer an entire album to Google Picasa with a single drag and drop or double click on a picture to edit it with a normal Windows application. Google Storage access doesn’t get any simpler than that! More information ab…