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Announcing CloudStor upgrade 8.1

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Cloudstor 8.1 interface

AARNet is upgrading CloudStor to version 8.1 on Friday 24 July 2015

We’ve made some improvements to CloudStor, our popular service for safely and easily storing and sharing all your files.

CloudStor 8.1 – New features
  • Updated user interface and layout
  • Recent activity stream
  • Favourites tab
  • Email and RSS settings for notifications
  • Federated cloud options
  • Group quotas – contact us

More new features coming in August!

More information
  • 8.1 upgrade fixes a number of known bugs
  • If you’re using the OwnCloud app for syncing, we recommend that you use the latest OwnCloud sync client (currently 1.8.4)
  • While we roll out the upgrade there may be intervals of unavailability of the service from 10pm Friday 24 July through to 6am Saturday 25 July – apologies for any inconvenience.
Questions?

Please contact us

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