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Gladinet Cloud Enterprise for Service Providers

Managed service providers are pretty familiar with selling storage products such as Windows File Server or NAS storage. They are also looking for ways to sell more value-add products around the storage products.

In this sense, having an online access solution that customers can use around those storage products makes a lot of sense. Especially the online access solution can add browser base file manager, mobile apps, desktop clients and file server clients, which cover backup, access, synchronization and sharing, and team collaborations.

Gladinet Cloud Enterprise was released back in October 2012. It can already provide online access solutions to a business, as an on-premise private cloud solution.

Now Gladinet Cloud Enterprise was enhanced to have a service provider edition. In this edition, service provider can create multiple tenants and connect to multiple active directory domains

Admin Panel

From the admin panel, you can create multiple tenants. Each tenant can be an independent company. Each company can have its own user manager or link to an Active Directory domain.

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Per Tenant Active Directory Settings

Each tenant can optionally link its user manager to active directory.

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Built-in Branding Support

You can change the product name, the logo bitmap, welcome email templates to create a branded user experience.

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For more information, see the following link:

http://www.gladinet.com/CloudEnterprise/

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More Stories By Jerry Huang

Jerry Huang, an engineer and entrepreneur, founded Gladinet with his close friends and is pursuing interests in the cloud computing. He has published articles on the company blog as well as following up on the company twitter activities. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1998 and has lived in West Palm Beach, Florida since.

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