Users, who are using ADM 2.6.3 and onwards, will be able to download and install this app from App Central ASUSTOR, an innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced the release of a NAS syncing app for hubiC users. Users, who are using ADM 2.6.3 and onwards, will be able to download and install this app from App Central. Setup can be completed in just a few easy steps, allowing users to easily connect to their hubiC accounts and perform backup configurations.“The hubiC cloud storage service has a large user base in Europe, particularly in France,” said Vincent Tseng, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “We are elated to be able to expand our support for cloud storage services to include hubiC, satisfying the needs of ASUSTOR NAS users with hubiC accounts.”Compatible cloud storage servicesIn addition to hubiC, ASUSTOR NAS also supports a wide range of popular cloud storage services including Amazon S3, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, and HiDrive. A variety of backup syncing apps are also supported, such as BitTorrent Sync, CrashPlan, ownCloud, Pydio, Ralus, Syncthing, WonderBox, and xCloud. Users are free to select the appropriate service in order to meet their needs.Since its establishment in 2011, ASUSTOR has been expanding NAS functionality by continuously enhancing product compatibility and quickly expanding the number of apps in App Central which now includes over 210 apps. ASUSTOR has recently added the well-known OVH DDNS service for European users, giving them another domain name choice to use when creating dedicated cloud storage. Save
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, announced the release of the ASUSTOR Data Master (ADM) 2.4 beta version. ADM is the exclusive operating system for ASUSTOR NAS. Following the release of ADM 2.3, the release of the ADM 2.4 beta version allows users to experience newly optimised performance and enhanced core system functions. One of the upgraded core functions is the brand new shared folder encryption mechanism which effectively increases data encryption speeds while properly releasing storage space previously occupied by already deleted files to slim down the capacity occupied by encrypted data. With regards to encrypted folders that were created using ASUSTOR’s previous encryption method, a conversion function is provided on the settings page for easy converting without any complicated steps. Another newly added core function is support for the SSD Trim command which allows SSDs installed on the NAS to maintain stable read/write performance while simultaneously controlling the frequency of overwriting to specific blocks, extending the life of SSDs. Furthermore, the newly added Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) provides a set of standards that allows managers on a single network management system (NMS) to collect information from all network equipment for convenient monitoring and maintenance. The ADM 2.4 beta supports SNMP v1, v2c, v3 and also provides a trap setting that can actively notify the NMS of significant events. Not to be outdone, ASUSTOR’s widely acclaimed Network Defender also gets an upgrade. Users can now configure a trusted list of trusted IP addresses in addition to manually configuring black and white lists using the IP country or area of origin via the Geo IP expansion module. This provides added flexibility for managing remote connections. Additionally, the new preview function in ADM File Explorer allows users to preview video, audio and image files while browsing through the multimedia on their NAS. “With the continual release of ADM upgrades, ASUSTOR aims to provide its users with the most optimised operating system possible,” said Vincent Tseng, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “We sincerely appreciate and thank all our users for their continued support.” The ADM 2.4 Beta is suitable for use on all ASUSTOR NAS devices. All ASUSTOR NAS users are welcome to download it and experience the latest enhancements firsthand.
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