Box, an enterprise-facing cloud storage and productivity company, is said to be further delaying its initial public offering (IPO). The delay could last until its fiscal fourth quarter, which ends after the first month of the new year. Show More Summary
Cloud storage startup Box filed for an IPO at the end of March. It's still not a public company. And, according to Bloomberg, it's not going to be a public company until 2015. Sources tell Bloomberg Box is delaying its offering because of " volatile market conditions". Show More Summary
Dropbox is updating its Android app today, giving users of its cloud storage server a new way to export files directly to an SD card, which is a nice feature for folks who want to move files around without the need of a wireless connection.
Google just got students and educators a pretty sweet back-to-school gift: "Drive for Education" offers unlimited free cloud storage to the school crowd. Read more...
There’s no name in cloud storage that carries more weight than Dropbox. The plucky upstart has been around for six years and has survived attempts by much larger companies to oust it from the market. While Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft offer a competitor, many users still turn to Dropbox by default. Show More Summary
"Drive for Education" brings with it new tools and extra security. Google has expanded its Apps for Education cloud service with the announcement of Drive for Education. The new platform will include unlimited storage for both students and educators, 30 million of whom already use the product, according to Google. Read Full Story
Google's invasion of our classrooms (and its war on paper) continues unabated. Back in August in the search giant released an online education tool for teachers who wanted to digitally manage their classes, and now it's launched an improved version...
Google will offer an unlimited amount of Google Drive cloud storage space for free for all of its Google Apps for Education customers as part of a new program called Drive for Education.
Looking to help customers move to the cloud at their own comfortable pace is Oracle Corp. and storage partner NetApp, Inc. A business outcome-focused approach has helped NetApp maintain it’s vendor-agnostic policies while encouraging the company to work with Oracle to … Continue reading ?
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HP has announced a new range of Windows-based tablets and notebooks. The devices, all of which carry the Stream moniker, hit a low-end price point and come with cloud storage solutions – a signal that the company is taking aim at the...Show More Summary
Cloud storage is wonderful since it takes all the thinking out of backing up your stuff, but it does have the issue of not being as secure and reliable as backing files up on an external hard drive. As the recent iCloud breach should have told you, the cloud isn’t very secure and is prone to bugs that could cause... Show More Summary
iCloud, Apple's consumer cloud storage platform, appears to be down for some people, according to the company's support page. Here's what it looks like now: Apple's support page indicates this service outage has been going on for around an hour. Show More Summary
In the short video “Working at Dropbox,” various puppets — voiced by actual Dropbox employees — explain what it’s like working at the popular cloud storage service. My favorite perk at Dropbox is the tea and scones cart. You’re at your desk writing code and then all of the sudden this cart comes by your […]
Microsoft today released a new version of OneDrive for Android smartphones and tablets. The updated cloud storage app includes what Microsoft calls the All Photos View, which makes it easier to browse and see photos across OneDrive.Show More Summary
Microsoft is rolling out a new update to its OneDrive cloud storage app for Android devices today that adds a few new features, including a new way to view photos stored on the service.
Web: OneBox saves all the attachments you have received, from multiple email accounts, in your favorite cloud storage. Plus, it neatly categorizes them by file type. Read more...
By Tomasz Tunguz: [Originally published 9/12/2014] (click to enlarge) What will the world look like when cloud compute and storage are free? Cloud computing prices are hurtling to zero. The chart above shows the logarithmic decline of the cost of a transistor cycle by 11 orders of magnitude (11 decimal places) over the past 40 years. Show More Summary