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CloudStor upgrade delivers new functionality

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The AARNet CloudStor large file sender service has been upgraded to the 1.6-rc1 version. Thanks again for your feedback: a good deal of it is reflected in new functionality.

Major changes are:

  • a completely rewritten upload module that should yield noticeably better upload speeds
  • the ability to resume file uploads (provided you’re using an HTML5 browser)
  • autocompletion of frequently-used recipient email addresses

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The interface has remained essentially identical, so we expect you’ll be able to continue using any existing user guides your institute may have prepared.

We’re quite keen to hear what sorts of upload speeds you’re seeing in the field, particularly if you’ve noticed a significant change; if you could, please report speed (Mbit/s) and your physical location if you have a moment to spare.

Guido Aben (eresearch@aarnet.edu.au)

 


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