CloudBerry Drive receives a minor update that brings support for Wasabi's latest region.
Category: CloudBerry Drive
CloudBerry Drive is a great solution for day-to-day file transactions between the local computer and the cloud. Being conveniently integrated in Windows Explorer, it provides seamless experience with most cloud storage services. However, to get the best out of CloudBerry Drive, it's crucial to know its proper use-cases as well as when not to use it.
The list of available cloud storage services in CloudBerry Drive already encompasses most major players on the market. Today we welcome the newcomer into the cloud storage world — Wasabi. In this article, we explain how you can use Wasabi as your backup destination of choice in CloudBerry Drive.
As always we are upgrading CloudBerry Drive with new features to provide our customers with better functionality and make our products the most compelling and efficient on the market.
The latest version of CloudBerry Drive Server Edition comes with a support of a network share. Server with installed CloudBerry Drive can mount a cloud storage folder as a local drive. With the newest version of CloudBerry Drive Server Edition, this network folder can be accessed by any user of the network.
Note: this post applies to CloudBerry Drive 2.3 and later.
Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration is a new built-in feature of Amazon S3 announced recently. When enabled, it speeds up data transfer to Amazon S3 bucket to up to 6 times. We supported this new feature in CloudBerry Drive. Here we are going to explain how to enable Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration in CloudBerry Drive. Continue reading