Orbweb.me Now Also Supported on All Thecus Linux NAS’

It has been a little over half a year since Thecus introduced the support for Orbweb.me on their WSS-based NAS’. That was so successful that the support now has been extended to all of Thecus’ Linux-based NAS’ too. Whether you run the older Thecus OS 5.0 or the recently released Thecus OS 7.0, you can now have easy access to your NAS and everything that’s connected to it from anywhere.

Some might say, I already have access to it all from everywhere, that’s the point of a NAS. But the ease of which you have access to it, how easy it is to use, and the security behind it isn’t always the same. The Orbweb.me application brings a new remote access experience to Thecus Linux NAS from any web browsers such as Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox as well as mobile devices powered by iOS and Android.

Orbweb.me is a P2P (Peer To Peer) module that allows users to easily view, stream and manage files in their NAS anytime and anywhere. Best of all, you don’t need to know your IP address and it works well over shared connections too.

Orbweb4.0 offers several features including webcam monitoring with timeline view and snapshot. All these features further increase Thecus NAS functionality. The Orbweb.me application is also available to download for any windows PC in its basic version, but because of the partnership between Thecus and Orbweb, Thecus NAS include a subscription for the Orbweb.me Ultimate Version that otherwise require an annual $69.99 subscription fee.

Thecus NAS uses an arsenal of security protocols and features to maintain user´s data safety. To prevent data from coming under attack when data is being transferred, Orbweb.me uses AES 256-bit encryption to secure all data traffic.

Thecus Adds Orbweb.ME Personal Cloud Experience to WSS NAS

Thecus has partnered with Orbweb Inc. to include Orbweb.ME cloud enabling platform to their Windows Storage Server NAS devices. It integrates a variety of data and applications from different computers, servers, tablets, and smartphones and is a great improvement for the already impressive WSS series.

Orbweb.ME provides media streaming and webcam monitoring, and it also allows users to view, edit and transfer files. It works much in the same way as dynamic DNS providers, so you won’t need a static IP address to reach your files when away from home. Any browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or even Internet Explorer should work like a charm.

“Integrating Orbweb.ME into our SMB and Home NAS allows Thecus to introduce products and services that are unique in the market,” said Florence Shih, Chief Executive Officer of Thecus. “We are introducing the world’s first Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Essentials NAS, and with Orbweb’s premium service, users will be able to enjoy a comprehensive personal cloud experience.”

Thanks to Thecus for providing us with this information