We’ve just wrapped up another successful summer of development, and our ExaVault service is better than ever! We’ve listened to your requests and have brought forward some exciting new features that you’ve been asking about for a while.
Advanced Java Uploader
Formerly, due to a technical limitation imposed by most web browsers, we couldn’t allow single file uploads greater than 2GB in size via our web interface. Your only option for uploading large files was via desktop FTP software. This month we released our new Advanced Java Uploader, which now allows you to upload any size file through your web browser!
To utilize the advanced uploader, go into the Upload modal and turn it on at the bottom. You’ll need Java 6 or higher installed on your computer.
Our new upload tool is still in beta, so please let us know how it works for you. If you have any trouble, or just prefer to use the old uploader, you can easily turn it off.
Folder Structure Uploads
Our new uploader gives you the ability to upload folders and keep their structure intact! Now, when you upload a folder, your folder will keep all of your files and sub-folders in place, creating them for you in the repository if they don’t exist already.
You’ll need to make sure the new Java uploader is turned on to use this feature. We hope it will save you time and effort in organizing your uploaded files.
Drag & Drop in IE
With our older upload tool, you could only use our drag and drop features in newer browsers (Firefox, Chrome, etc.). Internet Explorer didn’t support the ability. With the new Java upload feature, we’ve added the ability to upload files through drag and drop for IE as well.
We’ve got a lot more planned for the coming months. As always, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us and let us know.