Gladinet Releases White Labeled Mobile Clients for Cloud Storage

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 11, 2015

Gladinet has announced the release of white labeled clients for mobile platforms like iOS and Android which makes it easier for service providers to create a fully branded file sync and share solution (EFSS) based on OpenStack SWIFT or any other private cloud storage service. The company previously provided a free, self-service rebranding capability that did not allow mobile clients to be rebranded. The new white labeled mobile clients give small to medium sized service providers a lower entry point than the full branded service which was more easily amortized across large scale deployments.

According to Jerry Huang, Gladinet’s CEO, “We have fulfilled the promise of delivering the white labeled mobile clients based on the needs of many smaller customers and partners. These clients are now available at no additional cost. Search for the ‘Cloud Android Client’, in the Play Store on Android devices or the ‘Cloud Client’ in the App Store on iOS devices.”

The company has further enhanced its service provider offering by providing the capability to brand each tenant separately. This allows a service provider to host the Gladinet platform in their data center while providing each customer with a different web address and their own private branding.

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About Gladinet

Founded in 2008, Gladinet is a growing company, with the number of people who have downloaded its cloud storage access software approaching 2 million. The company provides a brandable enterprise file sync and share platform that can be self-hosted with flexible deployment options. Gladinet’s partners include HP, Amazon, IBM and hundreds of service providers in 26 countries.

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