Cloud File Server ready access clients

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Firefox PlugIn
A dedicated Firefox Plugin can be used to work with a Cloud File Server if the Firefox Browser is used. It enables batch upload and download of files as well as the ability to create Org Folder's for Cloud Admin's and to share files, make files public, get file URL's etc. You can find out more about the Firefox plugin at its Wiki page here. It is the most advanced and Cloud File Server capable of all the browser Plug-In's as Firefox is the only browser that gives access to local files.

If you require versions of the plugin that only work with https then please contact us.
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Chrome PlugIn
A dedicated Chrome Plugin can be used to work with an Organization Cloud if the Chrome Browser is the Organization Browser of choice. It is fully featured and can be a useful addition as a means of using a browser client to manager files. Further information can be found from the dedicated Wiki entry on the plugin.

If you require versions of the plugin that only work with https then please contact us.
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Windows Cloud Tools
Cloud File Server Administrators can also use the Windows Cloud DashBoard to directly administer the Organization Cloud. Cloud File Server users get access to their share Org folders etc.

The Windows Tools feature:

- A network Cloud Drive that integrates directly into the WIndows Desktop
- Sync to desktop tooling
- Cloud management DashBoard
- OpenOffice and MIcrosoft Office Plug-in's

Further details on the Windows Cloud  Tools functionality can be found on a dedicated Wiki entry.
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Mac Cloud Tools
The Mac Cloud Tools currently have no administration functionality for Cloud Administrators. They are purely native clients that consists of:

A desktop 'Cloud' Drive
Desktop to Cloud Sync functionality
Spotlight Cloud Indexing
Integration with Finder for creating URL's and file locking

Further details on the Mac Cloud Tools can be found on their dedicated Wiki entry here. 
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Linux Cloud Tools
The Linux Cloud Tools currently have no administration functionality for Cloud Administrators. They are purely native clients that consists of:

A desktop 'Cloud' Drive
Desktop to Cloud Sync functionality
A visual Cloud Explorer

Further details on the Linux Cloud Tools can be found on their dedicated Wiki entry here
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Mobile Native Clients
Native clients exist for:

iOS (iPhone / Ipad) Wiki link
Android Wiki link
BlackBerry Wiki link
Windows Phone 7 Wiki link

Currently none of the mobile clients have Cloud File Server Administration capabilities.
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CloudFTP
CloudFTP adds an FTP entry point to the Clouds mapped to your Cloud File Server account for Cloud Administrators and all users. This works for Clouds that don't even natively support FTP and works with normal FTP clients.

More information can be found on a dedicated wiki entry here.
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CloudDav
CloudDav adds a WebDav entry point to the Clouds mapped to your Cloud File Server account for Cloud Administrators and all users. This works for Clouds that don't even natively support WebDav and works with normal WebDav clients.

If your team uses iPad's you can use this feature to natively edit and update documents directly from iWork (Pages, Numbers, Keynote) on the iPad.

More information can be found on a dedicated wiki entry here.

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