Relentless attempts to access critical corporate or personal data won’t let up. What could change is who companies will rely on as their last line of defense: You and me.
The systems integrator says its one-to-many hub will save app developers who want to tap into several storage clouds a ton of time and money.
In a turnaround bid, doo has stopped trying to promote its own cloud storage in version 2.0, opting instead to just be a unified layer of intelligence over other services such as Google Drive and Dropbox.
Business-focused cloud storage player has new package options for casual and business users as it faces off against Dropbox and a raft of other competitors.
Microsoft’s SkyDrive team announced Wednesday that it will offer former MobileMe users — who are facing the prospect of paying for iCloud for the first time — a year’s worth of bonus storage, or an additional 15 GB of storage for free.
… and it’s borrowing the concept of a partner program from legacy IT vendors to make it so
Microsoft finally made a native iOS Office app, but it’s for the iPhone. Here’s a roundup of your best options when it comes to accessing and editing your Office documents on an iPad.
The Mac App Store, and a handful of cloud-based services are what I use to keep all my data consistent across two machines running OS X.
Dropbox, the consumer file-store-and-sync champ, hopes to parlay MSPs, IT consultants and other partners to transform users of its free service into paying customers.
What better way to draw developers to your platform than by hosting a developers conference? That’s exactly what Dropbox is going to do.