Showing posts from May, 2023

Solving the Google Workspace 100 TB Storage Limit for Research Institutions Using AWS S3

Are you struggling to accept the storage limit policy changes for Google Workspace for Education? Does the newly imposed 100 TB storage limit have you scrambling to find a new home for your data? Don't want to deal with the headaches of building your own access and collaboration interface for S3? Keep reading! In the modern era, research institutions are generating and analyzing larger amounts of data than ever before. This trend is set to continue, as new technologies like AI, machine learning, and big data analytics continue to evolve. As a result, there has been a growing need for research institutions to store and manage vast quantities of research data. However,  Google Workspace for Education has recently imposed a limit of 100TB across all end-users , creating a serious problem for research institutions with larger data sets. Gladinet provides an access and collaboration front end for AWS S3 that provides

Active Directory User Management for External Users

Simplify External Access to Internal Shares without Active Directory Management Headaches (Bonus: You won’t need a VPN or the cloud!) Tired of Creating and Deleting AD Users for External Access?  Active Directory user management for external users can create significant headaches when there is a dynamic remote workforce that requires frequent changes. Imagine that you’re manufacturing a product that uses parts from multiple suppliers. You have all your design documents on internal file shares but your suppliers need access. Typically, this might be done over a VPN which requires that these external users authenticate to your domain. So now you’ll have to create new users for the contracted suppliers and get rid of them when they’re done. Is the Approval Process Cumbersome? That process can become cumbersome if, for example, your suppliers are constantly changing over time for different projects or they have large numbers of employees that need access. And what happens if you don’t have