If you are a Linux user you may know that the desktop clients for Google Drive compatible with the operating system led by Linus Torvalds are scarce. Above all if you’re looking for a free alternative that works smoothly. That’s why it is worth taking a look at Odrive, an application for Drive that can be used in Linux and which automatically synchronizes files and folders to and from Google’s cloud service.
NodeWeaver today announced a collaboration agreement with VirtualCable, a pioneering Spanish company that develops and supports UDS Enterprise, a VDI connection broker to deploy and manage Windows and Linux virtual desktops, applications and other remote desktop services.
In recent years the number of Internet servers and data centers around the world that use an operating system based on Linux has grown considerably. Renowned companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter or Amazon have a server software based on Linux. Eventhe most powerful supercomputer in the world works with a Linux-based OS. And why is this Linux boom on the servers? Find below the main reasons:
It’s hard to deny the importance of the cloud today. More and more, users are demanding increased flexibility and access to their files across a multitude of devices. On top of that, many users are looking for ways to backup and safeguard their files in the event of a hardware failure.
Cloud storage is one of the easiest ways to accomplish all of these at the same time. There are many great cloud storage options for Linux today. Check out the list below of some of our favorites. All of these come with both free and paid accounts while offering great integration through installed vApp or superior web interfaces with Linux.
EMC introduced yesterday at EMC World 2016 the following new datacenter products and services:
EMC Unity family of storage is the new all-flash array, ideal for small and medium-size IT deployments. It sets the new standard for simplicity, affordability and flexibility. It is available in all-flash, hybrid, converged and software-defined configurations and is designed to help customers make an affordable and simple transition from disk to flash.