Your company must be based (or have a legal entity) in the United States
I hate to necro post (barely... =P), but I thought this might be of some use to you. Supports AD, etc. Albeit the costs for the clouds are not cheap by any means.
having our internet upgraded to 100mb fibre in a few weeks might have to have another look at dropbox
We're getting 100mbit as well soon and it got me wondering if this was feasable.
I still don't see any way to map a drive to a skydrive/dropbox account though :(
Solutions do exist but aren't native and don't seem to be easily automated yet
Mount Windows Live SkyDrive To A Drive Letter In Windows Explorer [How-To]
Map Local Drive Letter To Live SkyDrive Using Office 2010
I gave Skydrive a go but its awful, you can't even upload whole folders and it has a 50mb limit.
All I wanted to do was backup my photos, oh dear.
I also tried mapping skydrive to a drive letter but got some weird error message when trying to copy. Gave up in the end.
Moodle 2.0 has plugins for external repositories, so teachers can use them to share resources.
Moodle 2.0 release notes - MoodleDocsQuote:
nitial plugins in 2.0 include: Alfresco, Amazon S3, Box.net, File system on Server, Flickr, Google Docs, MERLOT, Picasa, Recent Files, WebDAV servers, Wikimedia, Youtube. These are simple to develop, so many more are expected.
This looks interesting. Allows mapping a range of different cloud services as a drive letter.
GLADINET - Cloud Storage Access Platform & Solutions
Yes, Gladinet works. I have been using the free version on my home computer for a few weeks now. I can upload whole folders with no problems. I have it mapped to a skydrive account.
for home use i use ifolders and a ubuntu server in NYC
Well a while ago i used this guide
How to install iFolder on Ubuntu server
i dont think it works anymore so i had to bodge it a little. I was using a vps anyway so if i got stuck i could just change to suse
also here is some old but usefull info
bottom of the page
Thanks. I'll give that a go.