The new “Dronecode Project” will make it easier for developers who want to build systems or tools for unmanned aircraft system to have access to a common platform.
Box brings on Villi Illtchev, a former Salesforce.com and Lifelock exec, to help make buying decisions.
The week in cloud: The word of late is if you’re not doing “mobile” you’re not doing development. So Pivotal Cloud Foundry, like every other PaaS, is adding mobile-specific services.
Box must contend with Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, and now AWS Zocalo — but Levie said the company’s focus on managing content in complex business situations and across applications give it an advantage.
If you are interested in reading about Box, its horrid financials and high cost of customer acquisition, or the new reality for enterprise focused startups, then I suggest you stop reading this. Because this is really about Aaron Levie, the co-founder of Box.net and me.
Box nets an impressive $100 million from an array of international telcos and other companies to boost its already-planned global expansion.
Box Notes, is positioned as an easy-peasy real-time collaborative note taking app, but it’s really in a much bigger game than that.
Google acknowledges new data encryption plan to mitigate PRISM-provoked privacy fears; Aaron Levie sounds off and more in the week in cloud.
Box Founder and CEO Aaron Levie has a lot to say about just about everything in the world of IT. Here’s a sampling of his thoughts about cloud computing, mobile software, the Microsoft-Nokia deal and finding time for Twitter.
On this week’s show we talk about Structure Europe, get heebie jeebies over social media stalking and listen to the always entertaining Box CEO, Aaron Levie.