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CloudBerry Drive 2.2.2 Now Supports Amazon VPC

CloudBerry Drive 2.2.2 Now Supports Amazon VPC

Introduction

As you may know, one of the leaders in the cloud market, Amazon company, offers Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). It is an isolated AWS segment which represents a virtual network managed by your team. Now it is fully supported by Cloudberry Drive.

Here you will find a brief feature explanation and guidelines on how to connect your Amazon VPC to Cloudberry Drive.

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Protect the Settings of your CloudBerry Drive

Protect the Settings of your CloudBerry Drive

This article refers to CloudBerry Drive 1.4.3 and later.

We keep enhancing the user experience for CloudBerry Drive, a robust solution for mapping cloud storage accounts as virtual disk drives.

With the previous release, we have added the ability to enable cloud drives for all users. Now, you can protect the settings with a master password.

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CloudBerry Drive: How to Enable “All Users Mode”

CloudBerry Drive: How to Enable “All Users Mode”

This article refers to CloudBerry Drive 1.4.3 and later.
As always we are trying to make CloudBerry Drive more mature and robust, The newer version of CloudBerry Drive comes an ability to manage mapped drives across all users on a computer.

In previous versions CloudBerry Drive stored mapped drive settings for a particular user by default and then there was an option to share user settings to all but now you can set "all users" mode on install so that all users will initially work with the same settings and be able to manage mapped drives between each other.
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Amazon IAM Roles Support in CloudBerry Products

Amazon IAM Roles Support in CloudBerry Products

This article refers to CloudBerry Explorer 4.0.8, CloudBerry Drive 1.4.3 and later.

Here in CloudBerry, we improve our products to help you build a more reliable, effective and secure environment. So here's the news for Amazon storage users:

The option is already available with CloudBerry Explorer and CloudBerry Drive.

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Introducing CloudBerry Drive 1.4.2

Introducing CloudBerry Drive 1.4.2

This article refers to CloudBerry Drive 1.4.2 and later.
The latest version of CloudBerry Drive comes with several new features.
  1. Hitachi cloud storage has been added to the storage accounts list.
  2. Amazon S3 China region has been added to the storage accounts list.
  3. For files stored on a cloud drive, it is now possible to display the actual file modification date instead of the last backup date. You can toggle this setting on the Mapped Drive Options dialog.

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Introducing CloudBerry Drive 1.4

Introducing CloudBerry Drive 1.4

CloudBerry Lab presents a new version of CloudBerry Drive 1.4. This application provides you with an ability to mount Amazon S3 as a drive on your computer. And Amazon S3 is not the only cloud storage supported by CloudBerry Drive, you can find a list of supported cloud storage services on the CloudBerry Drive product page.

We are trying to make CloudBerry Drive more mature and robust.  The newer version of CloudBerry Drive comes with persistent cache, S3 Compatible account type, Bandwidth Throttling and Full support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.

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