ASUS has intentions to launch a cloud service in the first half of 2013, but they aren’t waiting to leverage their technology until then as today they have announced the Health Cloud Alliance together with the Department of Health, 11 hospitals and Telco Far East Tone.
ASUS WebStorage has been pursuing even more comprehensive and thoughtful services since its inception. On the other hand, valuable recommendations provided by users have helped the functions of ASUS WebStorage become increasingly complete and powerful.
In order to extend gratitude to numerous users who have been supporting and moving forwards with ASUS WebStorage, the basic space1 for all free users of ASUS WebStorage will be expanded to 5 GB after October 11th , 2012.
Far EasTone and AsusTek, respectively a major telecom operator and hardware manufacturer, yesterday announced a partnership focusing on cloud computing.
The announcement was made by Douglas Hsu, chairman of Far EasTone, and Jonney Shih, chairman of AsusTek, in a ceremony yesterday. The collaboration follows a similar deal reached between Chunghwa telecom and Quanta Computer.
Developers throughout Taiwan are invited to join Windows 8 app development
The launch of Windows 8 has long been awaited, while Windows Store — which is very topical among developers around the world — now accepts uploading of apps. At the same time, Windows 8 Enterprise Evaluation can be downloaded from MSDN for a 90-day trial in order to help develop and test the apps for the Windows 8 final release.
Developers throughout Taiwan compete for Windows 8 app business opportunities
The apps uploaded and qualified will have the opportunity to be downloaded in 231 markets of Windows 8 around the world on the launch day of the new operating system. This would help create popularity and strengthen profitability for such apps. Optimistic of the business opportunities created by Windows 8, many highly rated apps such as KKBOX (online music service), MagV (e-book software), Dr.eye (e-dictionary), TuMetro (e-news reader), YouCam (webcam software), godgame.com.tw (online mahjong), and ASUS WebStorage (Cloud Service) have successfully developed their apps for Windows 8, and their apps are expected to become popular on Windows Store. Now, developers throughout Taiwan are invited to compete for the business opportunities resulting from the global launch of Windows 8.
Users are always highly concerned with the information security of cloud services, and the security issue is real as recently there have been online news reports on frequent user information leakages resulting from cloud hacking. In response to the issue and related concerns, ASUS WebStorage has been strengthening its information security initiatives for several years, serving millions members around the world now. These initiatives include dynamic One Time Password (OTP) for user log-in, Login History, double encryption by the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) during data transmission, online virus scan protection, and ISO 27001 accredited to the ASUS Cloud management team. ASUS WebStorage members can always rest assured of the tightest security and most reliable service that ASUS WebStorage is strongly committed to.
ASUS has been touting Open Cloud Computing as the glue that unites its new devices at Computex, but it hasn’t been very specific as to what that meant.
After seeing the picture below, does it bring back memory of the old days? It might be difficult back in the days to imagine a future where everyone owns a smart phone and tablet computer when computers used to be the size of an entire class room. In 50 years, computers have evolved at an incredible pace and digital storage is of no exception. Like computers, digital storages have continuously pushed for new breakthroughs throughout the years not only in overall storage capacities but also in different and more efficient formats.