Many of us have used Dropbox for years. It works well and is one of the popular ways to share files. In addition to making it easy to share files, Dropbox is adding some new features that make it much better. These features include: File requests – With file requests, you can request and receive files […] The post Dropbox Adds Two New Features. Show More Summary
A year ago, we wrote about the launch of a new program from a bunch of bigger tech companies who were sick of patent trolls: the "License On Transfer" network (LOT). The program, set up by Google, NewEgg, Dropbox, SAP, Asana and Canon was pretty simple in concept. Show More Summary
Facebook, Microsoft, Dropbox, and several other tech notables are coming together to make technology more accessible to people with disabilities. Together these companies and educational partners like Stanford and Carnegie Mellon University,...Show More Summary
Dropbox, Inc. has acquired enterprise communications st […]
Dropbox has acquired the communication service Clementine. Terms were not disclosed, but those using Clementine will have until August 31 to transition elsewhere. In a blog post announcing the acquisition, the Clementine team says “Our mission and passion for workplace collaboration remains the same. Show More Summary
Dropbox acquired Clementine, a company providing secure voice and text messaging services for BYOD businesses.
Dropbox has acquired startup Clementine Labs, which developed an app that employees could use to make voice calls and exchange messages with one another. The startup posted the news on its blog this morning. “The Clementine service … will be shutting down,” the team wrote in the blog post. “The free portions of the app […]
Dropbox has acquired Clementine, an enterprise communication service, today according to a blog post on the company’s page. Clementine focuses on internal communication, such as conference calls and chat services that aren’t connected...Show More Summary
Microsoft's partnership with Dropbox will allow small business owners to access cloud files stored with the service from any device. Read about the variety of benefits your small business could reap from this historic collaboration.
I've been getting emails from one of my hosting providers, Linode, saying that my server there was exceeding its CPU allotment. I checked it out. It was Dropbox. As usual. Dropbox is a total hog running on Linux. Maybe it is on the Mac and Windows too, but we just don't feel it so much. Show More Summary
It’s been a long time coming. French startup Lima is shipping its device to its 12,840 Kickstarter backers two years after raising $1.2 million on Kickstarter. This showcases the long and windy road for many hardware startups that launch a crowdfunding campaign too early. Read More
Dropbox has made a name for itself by delivering on a simple promise: nearly instant access to the files you need on any device, as long as you have an internet connection. Even in 2015, many are still getting used to storing their personal data in the cloud. Show More Summary
Recording your own podcast is a pretty complicated affair, but Zencastr is a web app currently in beta that allows you to record audio on multiple computers, then upload that all to Dropbox. Read more...
Whether web development is your calling or web developers' six-figure salaries are, coding is an undeniably great skill to have on your resume. Individuals who can speak computer languages fluently are in high demand in today's job market. Show More Summary
We all know we should do more to protect ourselves online. But let's face it: it's a pain. The post Got Secrets? This Dropbox Competitor Will Encrypt Them appeared first on WIRED.
We're in the early days of the cloud, but it's easier than you might think to put all your important files onto Dropbox. There are plenty of reasons to put things into the cloud, be it as a backup or to access them remotely from other devices. Show More Summary
Dropbox has become a top collaboration tool for many companies. It allows businesses to share files that are too big to send through email, as well as storing files for access from any device. But the Dropbox integration with Microsoft...Show More Summary
Think about how many companies you come across every day. Maybe you’re just casually checking Facebook or saving something to your Dropbox account. Or, perhaps you’re shopping and stop by Gap or Warby Parker to check out the latest designs. Show More Summary
Windows Phone users of the popular cloud-based storage service Dropbox can download an update, bringing it to version 2.2. This new update is a pretty solid one with a few nice new features and improvements, including a way to stream stored videos and a new "Recents" file tab.
The official Dropbox app just got updated to Windows Phone Store. This updated v2.2 now includes Recent tabs which will show recent files, video streaming and more. Find the full change log below. Change Log: • Recents tab: Goodbye, static file list. The new home view is a list of all the files you’ve used recently […]