Issue 62|February 2018
Today’s Topic

Since Chan Chao provides services internationally, the free cloud services they were using to share large files and documents needed separate accounts for every customer that needed to access the shared files. This, coupled with using multiple services because of insufficient storage, required that customers and business partners needed multiple accounts just to access the files that were needed. This resulted in a fragmented situation where customers and business partners frequently lost account names, passwords and even required Chan Chao to waste time and energy maintaining the accounts instead of doing business. To increase efficiency, Chan Chao chose an ASUSTOR NAS and found that ASUSTOR’s AS6404T was able to create public and privately shared folders with individual permission settings to easily manage these tasks efficiently. ASUSTOR also recommended the use of Share Links to share data securely. Share Links allowed Chan Cho to set a password and/or an expiration date for more freedom in how his files were shared.

Latest News
ASUSTOR and Microsoft, Expanding NAS Functionality With exFAT.

ASUSTOR has introduced an exFAT driver app to expand compatibility with higher capacity external USB storage devices and to facilitate the storage of large files for photographers and AV workers. ASUSTOR’s exFAT license key can also be offloaded at any time to be transferred to other ASUSTOR NAS devices for future use. For the best upgrade flexibility, selecting an ASUSTOR NAS device with ADM 3.0.4 is the best choice amongst NAS devices.

ASUSTOR Launches ADM 3.1 Beta

Enhancing core features for SMB applications.

ASUSTOR Releases Surveillance Center 2.8

ASUSTOR is happy to announce Surveillance Center 2.8 official is now available for download. Support added for video and transcoding in H.265 HEVC video encoding formats, two-way audio support to make home and business more convenient, giving a more efficient cloud monitoring experience.

Award & Review
NAS 102 –Introduction to File Transfer Protocols

ASUSTOR NAS devices support a wide variety of file transfer protocols.
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