Posts related to CloudBerry Box – free analog to Dropbox, Box etc.
CloudBerry Box provides bi-directional synchronization of data across remote computers. Synchronization between end-points is performed through your cloud storage account. No 3rd party services involved into data processing. CloudBerry Box is available in two versions – Freeware and PRO.
It's been a few months since we introduced CloudBerry Backup 2.1 for macOS & Linux that brought support for Web Access — a feature that enables you to use a web-based user-interface for the app. This feature is incredibly useful for those Linux users that have a non-GUI distro but want to interact with CloudBerry Backup in a more convenient way. So in this article we'll demonstrate how to enable Web Access and use it to perform regular operations. Continue reading →
This post applies to CloudBerry Box 1.5 and later.
We are glad to announce that the latest release of CloudBerry Box supports OpenStack storage! You can now securely synchronize your data between multiple computers via your own OpenStack storage account. Continue reading →
This article refers to CloudBerry Box 1.4 and later.
We continue to enhance our new product - CloudBerry Box! Now you can not only synchronize your folders with your own storage account, but be sure that your data is compressed and encrypted. Read this post to learn how to use these new features.
On February 25, 2015 CloudBerry Lab announced Multiple Storage support in CloudBerry Box. Microsoft Azure storage was among the supported storages. Today we age going to give you a step-by-step instruction about how to link a Microsoft Azure account with CloudBerry Box.
This post explains how to sign up for Google Cloud Storage, find your connection credentials and use them to connect CloudBerry Box with your Google Cloud Storage account. By the way you can use these intructions even if you use other CloudBerry product, the Google Cloud Storage connection dialog is just the same. Continue reading →
As always we are adding features that our customers are requesting. CloudBerry Lab presents a new version of CloudBerry Box 1.2. Now CloudBerry Box allows to set a custom sync folder that you want to use for synchronization.
After the object has been archived using the Glacier storage option, the object's data will be removed from S3 but its index entry will remain as-is. The S3 storage class of an object that has been archived in Glacier will be set to GLACIER. You can learn more about Glacier archiving in our previous blog post.
The advantages are reduced costs of storage. However, if you wish to retrieve these objects you need to plan in advance because of the restore times associated with Glacier storage.
As always we are adding features that our customers are requesting. Now CloudBerry Box supports multiple cloud storage providers that allows you to choose your preferable cloud storage to set up folders sync. Continue reading →