What is Seafile?
IBB Cloud infrastructure uses Seafile Technology as the framework along with Amazon AWS hosting and many other secret ingredients that result in exceptional cloud solution for China.Seafile is a Self- Hosted file sharing software for Enterprises.
Seafile's functionality is similar to other popular file hosting services such as Dropbox and Google Drive. The primary difference between Seafile and Dropbox/Google Drive is that Seafile is a self-hosted file sharing solution for private cloud applications.
1. How to Use IBB Cloud on the Web
This video shows how to create and share libraries, organize users in groups, recover files and more.
2. How to Share Libraries in more detail
4 different ways you can share your files :
Share libraries and files to other users
Share to one or multiple users. Search for the existing user in the data base by typing users email address:
Add as many users you would like and then Submit.
Share & Collaborate with groups, departments or teams
You can share specific Libraries to specific group. For instance you may have your groups as departments. So let say you have "invoices" library, that you can share to "Finance" group. People who are not in Finance group will not be able to see this Library.
Generate a download link
Create a download link to entire library or separate file. You can choose weather you want to add password to that download link or even expiration date. Then Click Generate to get get a download link that you can share with others.
Generate an Upload link
Send this link to other parties to upload files to your particular library.
Once opened the upload link, this is what others will see:
3. Syncing folders with all your devices
This is the coolest part of IBB Cloud. With Phone and PC client you can sync folders instantly without even thinking about it. You just use your folders in your PC as you are used to and the client does all the syncing for you.
First Download your PC & Mobile App
Desktop Syncing Clients
Client for Windows
Runs on Vista/7/8/10
Client for Mac
Runs on Mac OS X 10.7
Client for Linux
Runs on Ubuntu/Debian/Fedora