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Copy vs Dropbox

Copy is a new cloud storage service that may be a serious competitor to Drobbox. I just installed it and I like it. Dropbox gives 2 Gigabytes for free, 100 Gigabytes for 9.99 a month, 200 Gigabytes for 19.99 a month, and 500 Gigabytes for 49.99 a month. Copy gives 15 Gigabytes for free, 250…

New Flickr App Update Comes With Live Video Filters

Shall we say, put a filter on it? The latest update from Flickr lets users take videos with live filter previews. Flickr also gives users 1,000 gigabytes of free storage, so you’ll have an unlimited amount of space in the cloud to dream up all of your photos, and now, videos. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Tresorit opens its end-to-end encrypted file-sharing service to the public

Tresorit today officially launched its end-to-end encrypted cloud storage service after emerging from its stealth beta. The startup employs multiple layers of security that make its data extremely difficult to compromise. One key advantage...Show More Summary

The Box IPO: Far Worse Than Imagined

Cloud storage company Box is set to go public this year, but its financials paint a frightening picture. Along with intense competition from Microsoft and Google, Box has a real struggle ahead of it.

4 Things You Need to Know Today

A roundup of the day's news curated by the Inc. editorial team to help you and your business succeed. 1. Attention, App Developers Dropbox has been quietly snatching up small app platforms to help the cloud storage company become more of an app platform itself. Show More Summary

Dropbox to fold photo sharing app Loom into Carousel

Loom, the cloud storage and organization service and app for photos and videos, has been bought by Dropbox. Loom allowed you to quickly and easily share photos from your iPhone and Mac through the cloud, and was about to face some tough competition from Dropbox and their recently-announced Carousel app. Show More Summary

Dropbox Acquires Cloud Photos Startup Loom, Service To Be Shut Down As Users Transferred To Carousel

Only days after revealing its first dedicated photo management and sharing application Carousel, Dropbox is announcing it has acquired cloud photo storage and sync service Loom, a favorite among iOS users. The company, which currently...Show More Summary

Dropbox acquires photo storage startup Loom, service to shut down on May 16

Cloud photo storage service Loom announced today that it has been acquired by Dropbox. Loom is no longer accepting new users, and existing customers can keep using Loom until May 16. The firm will offer an option to export data over to Dropbox. Show More Summary

Eyefi launches its own "unlimited" Cloud storage service

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In 2007, Mountain View's Eyefi (formerly Eye-Fi) was the first to release an SD memory card that gave compatible digital cameras the ability to transfer images wirelessly to computers over Wi-Fi. A few years later, the company included an "endless memory" feature that checked for successful upload and deleted the image on the card to free up space. Show More Summary

Eight business-class alternatives to Dropbox

Dropbox has become one of the world's most popular cloud storage services by focusing on consumers. But businesses have different needs, and a recent controversial move by the company offers an opportunity to take a fresh look at alternative services that might be more suitable for your business.

Eyefi launches cloud-based photo storage so you can instantly view pics on all your gadgets

Eyefi extends its photo-sharing service to the cloud so you can access great photos from any device.

Streem Offers Unlimited Cloud Storage and Streaming for $20/Month

If you use cloud storage not just for your files, but also for music, movies, and other content, Streem is a new service that specializes in both, and is offering unlimited storage for all of your files and media for $20/month. They even have desktop and mobile apps and play nice across platforms. Read more...

BitTorrent Sync for NAS boxes lets you roll your own private, secure Dropbox

BitTorrent Sync offers unlimited synced storage space by avoiding the cloud. Now with NAS support, it no longer requires your computer to be on all the time.

Amazon merging Kindle documents and Cloud Drive, 10GB combined free storage

Good news this morning for Kindle owners; it seems you're likely to be waking up to some changes in the way your cloud documents storage works that results in a combined 10GB of free Amazon Cloud Drive. We've received a tip that this...Show More Summary

Flaw in 'secure' cloud storage could put privacy at risk

Computer scientists have found a flaw in the way that secure cloud storage companies protect their customers’ data. The scientists say this weakness jeopardizes the privacy protection these digital warehouses claim to offer. Whenever...Show More Summary

Personal Cloud Storage For Your Household

Where do you save your documents, files and photos that you might want to share or need access to when you are not at your computer? Portable data storage has changed significantly over the years.… continue reading... The post Personal Cloud Storage For Your Household appeared first on simplify 101.

Amazon Cloud Drive Photos For iOS Gets A New Look, Better Navigation & More

Amazon’s Cloud Drive suite of services – file storage and sync, streaming music, and online photos – have always felt like something of an also-ran compared with market leaders like Google, Dropbox, Yahoo, and others. But things are slowly changing. Show More Summary

How to quickly verify all public files on Google Drive

If you are using cloud storage solutions such as Google Drive you know that you have control over the visibility of your data in the cloud. You can set it to private so that only you can access it, but also invite others to have access, and even allow public access to the files instead. Show More Summary

Google Cloud Platform lands in Asia with the addition of local language tools

Google is bringing its Cloud Platform support to the Asia-Pacific region, which means that local developers can now access a set of compute, storage and big data products to build on top of the same infrastructure and technology that powers Google — with better performance and lower latency. Show More Summary

How To Choose The Right Cloud Services For Yourself

Cloud computing is a good way for companies to manage their data storage and other IT needs, as it offers... The post How To Choose The Right Cloud Services For Yourself appeared first on Lifehack.

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