FileCloud Launches Microsoft Office Online Server Integration

AUSTIN, TEXAS, March 23, 2017 — Today, CodeLathe launched the integration of Office Online Server with FileCloud, the IT Industry?EU?s one and only Enterprise File Sharing and Sync platform for on-premise Windows Servers. This new integration brings powerful Office document (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) web editing capabilities to on-premise Windows file servers. Microsoft Office Online Server enables organizations to deliver browser-based versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote behind their firewall. FileCloud expands the capability by allowing users to edit files through a browser, even from outside the firewall.

Users can select any file stored in FileCloud, open it via the Office Online Server, edit it, and then save it back to FileCloud without ever leaving the browser. This industry leading integration supports Microsoft Office documents (.docx, .xlsx, .pptx) and offers significant benefits for firms that use file servers as their common file repository. More details on FileCloud and Office Online Server can be found via the company’s website.

?EU?We recently deployed the new browser-based document editing capabilities (offered by FileCloud and MS Office Online Server Integration) on our platform, and we have got a tremendous response from our customers. This new integration allows our customers to access their documents on the road, which makes it so much easier to work flexibly. It definitely makes FileCloud one of the most powerful EFSS in the market?EU? said OfficeBox, a private cloud provider from the Netherlands.

According to the survey conducted by Spiceworks, a community of system administrators, more than 87% of on-premise, physical and virtual servers run the windows server operating system. It is a well-known fact that Windows file servers are the primary component in any enterprise file sharing infrastructure. Many organizations use Windows file servers as an organization?EU?s central repository to store and share files among employees, partners, and customers.

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You fanboy you

Google defines a fanboy as ‘a male fan, especially one who is obsessive about comics, music, film, or science fiction’. To most of us, however, a fanboy is a passionate, perhaps an irrational, but most definitely a misguided fan of a rival mobile phone operating system (could be Android or Apple or, yes, even Windows). I say ‘rival’ because you would never admit to being a fanboy yourself. Oh no, it’s always the other person, the one in the opposition camp. Fanboys are uncritically loyal to an OS, and fiercely defend it. To be called a fanboy is not a compliment. It’s an accusation. But are you a fanboy? Have a look below to find out.

You fanboy you

You’re an Apple fanboy if you believe:

  • Gizmodo has never been properly punished for the lost iPhone 4 affair.
  • It was Apple that said ‘Let there be light’ at the beginning of the universe.
  • It was Apple that said ‘Let there be smart watches’ at the beginning of 2015.
  • The price is always right.
  • A statue of Steve Jobs should permanently occupy the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square.
  • Shouting ‘Whoo-hoo’ and punching the air is a perfectly reasonable response to Tim Cook clearing his throat on stage at an Apple event.
  • A door is a Magic Entry Portal, and a table is a Wizardly Floor Raiser.
  • Bins are for filling up with obsolete Apple device accessories; you’re making room in yours for all your headphones.
  • ‘To boldly go’ may well be a split-infinitive. But it should in fact be ‘to go bold’. That’s proper grammar to people who think different.

You’re a Windows mobile fanboy if you believe:

  • ‘Microsoft’ is an anagram of ‘Nokia’.
  • Fingerprint scanners don’t work properly; you stare at them futilely when trying to unlock non-Windows phones.
  • A statue of the Lumia 1020 should permanently occupy the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square.
  • Your Seagate portable hard drive often ends up in your pocket instead of your venerable Lumia 830 when you leave the house without looking at what you’re picking up.
  • All the best phones are qualified by the word ‘venerable’.
  • Glance Screen is the bee’s-knees of smart phone features.
  • The absence of Snapchat in the Windows store simply shows that Windows is an operating system for grown-ups.

You’re an Android fanboy if you believe:

    • The threat of malware is all part of life’s rich tapestry.
    • Using an outdated version of an operating system is no different from driving a classic car or playing vinyl music albums.
    • Waterproofing for flagship phones takes the form of an umbrella.
    • Samsung merely included a fireworks function on the Galaxy Note 7.
    • A good home-screen widget is way more important than a good app.
    • Plastic feels excellent in the hand (glass is for coffee tables and whiskey tumblers).
    • A statue of Android’s logo should permanently replace Nelson at the top of the column in Trafalgar square.
    • Chinese is a great language to learn.
    • The phonetic alphabet should be modified to contain Android versions (Alpha, Beta, Cupcake, Donut, Éclair…)

Of course these are just a few of the questionable beliefs that can afflict a true fanboy. But don’t worry too much if you experience any. It doesn’t necessarily mean you’re unhealthy. Though if you do suspect that your obsessive partisanship is taking its toll on your well-being, then I suggest an Apple a day to keep the doctor away, or a plate of fresh Nougat to replace that mouldy Marshmallow, or even, well, just opening the Windows to let some fresh air in. The choice is yours.

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  • The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

    Well, how do I start this one exactly?

    Quite some time ago, the people at Cubot sent me a phone to review. It was the Cubot X17. Now you may not have heard of them, but they do a range of smartphones but this particular one is over a year old now. It’s not actually available to buy, but if you do find one on eBay or perhaps on GearBest, you can expect to pay around £100.

    The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

    What can you expect for £100 nowadays? Well, not too long ago it wouldn’t get you much, but I have to say that – despite the age of this particular device – it’s holding up fairly well. It’s powered by a MediaTek MTK6735A 64-bit Quad Core 1.3GHz CPU and has 3GB of RAM. A good start, and definitely a decent amount of memory. There’s 16GB of on-board storage and – thanks to the dual SIM / microSD tray, you can boost that storage further.

    The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

    Perhaps the biggest surprise, apart from the moment when I found it in the garage under some boxes (sorry Cubot), is the Full HD 1920×1080 pixel screen. It’s 5″ and, although the phone still only runs Android 5.1 OS, after I dressed it up with a Nougat-style launcher from Google Play, it looked pretty good.

    The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

    Camera-wise it has a 16 megapixel camera which, although it won’t keep up with the latest and greatest top-end cameras on a flagship smartphone, is enough for many. The front has an 8 megapixel front shooter and it’ll do 4G t’boot.

    The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

    There’s a couple of drawbacks. It won’t do 5Ghz WiFi and the battery is only a 2500mAh. I also had to clean out the cache a couple of times in order to upgrade the Google apps properly but, for the money, it is amazing what you can get from a cheap smartphone.

    The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

    Perhaps the best part of this phone is how thin it is. It’s a mere 6.1mm thick and it’s built well with a pretty decent design and fairly thin screen surround. OK, so it’s not going to beat your latest Samsung or your hot new LG, but for just a £100 budget you can get something which isn’t terrible.

    The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

    It’s got a good screen, a fairly decent performance level (a quad-core 1.3GHz chip is OK but don’t push it too far), a decent camera and it looks nice too.

    This is still available from GearBest and you can head to the Cubot.com for their range of handsets.

    The Cubot X17. A smartphone for around £100. Decent?

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  • Apple Launch New iPhones and a cheaper iPad

    Without the usual fanfare of an Apple launch, a number of new iDevices have been announced to the market.

    Yes Red iPhones, larger capacity iPhone SEs and a new iPad have announced by everyone’s  fruit based tech company, and we have to say that the red looks rather awesome.

    Apple Launch New iPhones and a cheaper iPad

    The new red colour iPhone 7 and 7 plus is part of Apple’s Product Red Campaign which raises money for Aids and HIV good causes which so far has raised an impressive $130 million. The Product Red range also includes, a red iPod shuffle, nano and touch, red Beats products and a red Apple Watch sport band.

    The Red iPhones do indeed look very nice with their vibrant red aluminum finish, although the white front facing bezel looks a little odd, a single colour red device would have been completely stunning.

    Apple Launch New iPhones and a cheaper iPad

    Also announced was a 32GB  and 128GB iPhone SE, which increases the storage on the small screen version of the iPhone, it’s worth mentioning that the old configurations will no longer be available.

    Finally a new cheaper iPad has been announced, with a 9.7″ Retina screen and supporting a split screen mode at £339 offers real value.

    Three have confirmed that they will be ranging the new Red iPhones for March 24th with the new iPAD following in April.

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  • Convert Selected Bikes into an Electric Bike with the UrbanX Wheel

    UrbanX lets you own an electric bike without the need to buy one and without compromising on the design of a previously owned bike. If you already own a bicycle and want to try out an electric model, but with no budget ready for one, you can convert a conventional bike into an electric bicycle. […]
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    Project Skywalker: Fully Automated 3D Printing Factory Operated by Robotic Arm

    No, this has nothing to do with Star Wars, though the name was inspired by the robotic hands that both Anakin Skywalker and his son, Luke Skywalker, got after getting their hands cut off when dueling with light sabers. Voodoo Manufacturing is a Brooklyn-based 3D printing factory with a new employee named Project Skywalker. He […]
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    McDonalds Mobile Order and Pay is now on its Pilot Test

    One of the fast food giant McDonald’s is just about ready to join the digital age. The international food chain is ready to launch its long-awaited mobile application “order and pay” technology for smartphone users. The mobile application has said to be unveiled this year in the United States, Canada, Australia, France and the United Kingdom. McDonald’s […]
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    Verizon Wants You To Rattle Along with Its New Hum Devices

    Verizon today announced a revamp of its Hum line of connected car devices. Moving forward, consumers can choose one of three new options to keep their car in touch with Verizon’s network. The HumX is the top-tier product and includes an OBD-II device as well as a Bluetooth speaker. The ODB-II unit provides WiFi hotspot connectivity for up to 10 devices, and also hooks into the car’s diagnostics to monitor support functions. It can deliver roadside assistance and connect people to emergency services when needed. The Bluetooth speaker supports HD voice calls. The existing Hum product is being rebranded as the Hum+ and will continue to be available for monitoring auto health and diagnostics, driving history, speed alerts, location, and more. Last, Verizon is rolling out a free Android and iOS mobile app that provides an introductory level of Hum service. The app includes safety score calculations based on driver behaviors (cornering, braking, accelerating), in addition to voice-guided, turn-by-turn directions. The Hum mobile app is free, but the Hum+ and HumX require hardware and monthly service fees. All three launch March 23.

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