Monday, July 11, 2016
The video below is a quick overview of our hosted centrestack offering.
Sunday, July 10, 2016
This video demonstrates where and how the auto-update windows client option works.
Saturday, July 9, 2016
CentreStack is a managed file sync and share solution that supports SAML single sign on.
For customers that are on the Office 365, they have Azure Active Directory and that supports SAML Single Sign on as well.
This article shows how to connect CentreStack Single Sign On with Azure AD Single Sign On.
Step 1 – CentreStack Side Setup
From the tenant administrator management portal, go to the Group Policy –> Security –> Single Sign On. Tenant administrator can enable SAML authentication from there.
- Mac OS X client auto upgrade
- Support SAML Single Sign On
- Support Azure AD via SAML Single Sign On
- Windows client and Mac client localization
- "Request a File" from folder sharing
- Office Web App Server Support
- Management Web Portal Responsive Design and Implementation.
Here is a demo video about the web portal and how does it look at mid year 2016.
For more information, please visit http://www.centrestack.com
Friday, June 24, 2016
CentreStack solution is specifically designed to help manage service providers and companies that have Windows File Server and wants to migrate or synchronize Windows File Server content to cloud to create a hybrid solution.
There are many specific challenges regards the windows file server synchronization to cloud. For example:
(1) How to preserve sharing permission
(2) How to preserve Active Directory NTFS folder permission
(3) How to make the file server replaceable, can be sync back down if required.
(4) How to make the file server available for remote branch office too.
The following video demonstrates the Windows File Server Sync to the Cloud.
For more information, please visit centrestack.com
Thursday, June 9, 2016
Centrestack installations are clusters that are licensed from partner portal. After you register as a partner you can purchase licenses and assign those licenses to a cluster. The number of licenses purchased will appear in your licence line. As you assign licenses to your cluster the number of unassigned licenses will be decremented. After the licenses are updated to a cluster they can be assigned to individual tenants. Licenses that are no longer in need by a tenant can be reclaimed and reused for other tenants.
Once the cluster is licensed you can modify it's branding in cluster manager by navigating the cluster branding section. Under cluster branding section you will find different tabs that allow you to modify the appearance of the web, desktop and the client. You can also customize the setting for automated emails. These branding settings will apply to all the tenants within the cluster. It is also possible to have different branding for each tenant as well.
The video below will demonstrate how you can license clusters and modify the appearance of the web, desktop and the client using the different branding options in Centretsack.
Thursday, May 19, 2016
The video below will demonstrates how admins can enable the setting 'Only Allow Sending Shares to Specified Domains' in Centrestack.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
The video below will demonstrate how guest users can update comments for shared files and how the guest user account is created.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
The video below demonstrates how administrators can subscribe to receive team folder notifications.