A new backup service is rolling out that enables users to backup their Mac, Windows or Ubuntu device.
Currently this service is in beta and hasn’t been rolled out yet.
Continue to check this page and our knowledge base articles for updates.
*This service will require special provisioning.
In an effort to continue to focus on services that are more important to our clients, we will be discontinuing Device Management for computers.
We will continue to utilize the service for those who wish to use it for their mobile devices.
Any computers currently monitored by Cyber-Link will be released from our systems September 29th.
In an effort to continue to improve our services and better meet the demands of our customers, users storage will be downgraded from 100GB down to 50GB of storage.
This change will become effective September 12th.
Those who wish to keep their 100GB can do so by purchasing the additional storage space here.
Effective September 11th, users can now request to have a copy of the data stored in NextCloud or request to have their data deleted from our servers.
We’re excited to announce some big changes to our status page to help keep users informed of downtime and maintenance even when our systems have lost connectivity.
This new service will also enable users to subscribe to downtime events and maintenance notifications.
This new service will operate on a new URL https://status.cyberlinkserver.net however, https://cyberlinkserver.net/status will still continue to function as long as our in house servers are online.
In our continuing effort to better improve the services and experience we provide, Trillian began sunsetting effective March 12th. Trillian is no longer available.
A new messenger client Mattermost has been introduced. Information on how to get setup with Mattermost can be found here.
With Ombi, users are able to request movies and TV shows for Plex! Check it out here