We’re pleased to report that the number of researchers and others in the Higher Education community using CloudStor to send and receive files climbed past the 20,000 mark last week.
AARNet developed CloudStor to address researchers’ frustration with the slow transfer rates they experienced when sharing very large files. Now, with CloudStor, that frustration is history. CloudStor provides researchers with a free super-fast, easy-to-use, secure and safe file transfer and storage solution that leverages the capabilities of the AARNet network.
In an era where research is increasingly cross disciplinary and multi-institutional CloudStor offers key advantages to the research community over various personal cloud storage solutions or commercially available services:
We’re continuously improving CloudStor, adding new features and updating the interface based on user feedback.
To set up a group quota for your research project or to find out more, please contact us.
Mar 30, 2017
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Western Sydney University (WSU) partnered with AARNet and Zoom to deploy Zoom and Zoom Rooms across their eight campuses and has seen video collaboration increase by 400% while video conferencing costs dropped dramatically. We interviewed WSU CIO Kerry Holling and Senior Project Manager Geoff Lambert to learn more about the university's...
Mar 22, 2017
NEW CASE STUDY: Despite the dominance of computers in our lives today, most exams across Australia are still completed using old-fashioned pen and paper. This can cause fatigue in candidates, see exam-markers expend unnecessary effort deciphering answers, and restrict curricula to topics that can be assessed by hand. Unhappy with...
Mar 17, 2017
Agreement provides local Panopto video platform hosting and support for Australia's research and education community SYDNEY - Mar. 17, 2017 - Panopto and AARNet today announced a partnership to provide local hosting and support services for Panopto's leading video platform for education in Australia. Academic and research organisations based in Australia...