Gladinet has released Cloud Desktop v1.3, which adds AT&T Synaptic Storage to the list of cloud services the cloud storage client supports. Other supported services include Amazon S3, Google Docs and EMC Atmos.
The company said that the new version of the Cloud Desktop v1.3 targets SMBs with its ability to integrate multiple third-party web services into users’ individual desktop operating systems on an open platform.
Cloud services like Amazon S3, Google Docs, Google Picasa, EMC Atmos, EMC Atmos onLine, Box.net and now AT&T Synaptic Storage no longer require users to manage numerous accounts and interfaces; instead, each can be mapped as a network drive directly accessible from Windows Explorer, the company claims.
According to Gladinet, the improvements in Cloud Desktop v1.3 include, new Gladinet Online service, which encrypts and stores user profiles online for easy access from multiple computers running Gladinet Cloud Desktop; improved proxy support; usability enhancements; bug fixes; and improved Windows 7 support.
Jerry Huang, co-owner of Gladinet, said: Cloud Desktop v1.3 will change the way small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) use AT&T Synaptic Storage services. The newest version of Cloud Desktop will essentially make AT&T Synaptic Storage a virtual drive or folder on the user’s computer and allow both drag-and-drop and set-it-and-forget-it file backup to AT&T Synaptic Storage.