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Dropbox for Windows 10 updated with new innovative grid view, more

Dropbox for Windows 10 has been updated with a couple of new features today. The update brings a whole new grid view, a feature previously demanded by users, but with a unique Rudy twist. That grid view provides a segmented view grouping photos and videos into a grid, and files, folders into a list, as […]

Phishing Scams: 4 Ways to Protect Your Business from Phishing Scams

It’s recently been reported that 68 million Dropbox account credentials, including user emails and passwords, are now for sale on the dark web. Even if you’ve changed your passwords, you could still be at risk. Cyber criminals use information...Show More Summary

Fantasy Football Focus Podcast

Please enjoy this week’s Fantasy Football Focus podcast. Scotty and Myles talk all things fantasy related. Who should you start/sit? Who should you add/drop? They have it all for you. More Summary

The Misconception of Mac Computer Security: Everyone Needs Security

From Target to Dropbox to Home Depot to Snapchat, the past few years have seen major brands suffer massive data breaches. These companies and many, many others fell victim to phishing schemes, viruses, malware, aggressive hackers, and other major cyber-threats. Show More Summary

Dropbox: sign in with Google

Dropbox users who have associated a Google email address with their account may use Google directly now to sign in to their account. Dropbox users up until now could only use the service's own authentication system to create an account and sign in to it using apps, desktop clients or the web version. Show More Summary

Dropbox appoints new CTO, Aditya Agarwal, replacing cofounder Arash Ferdowsi

Cloud file syncing and sharing software company Dropbox today announced that it has appointed Aditya Agarwal as its new chief technology officer. Agarwal is taking the place of Arash Ferdowsi, who founded Dropbox in 2007 with chief executive Drew Houston. Agarwal arrived at Dropbox in 2012 when Dropbox acquired Cove, at which Agarwal was cofounder […]

Dropbox just promoted its engineering VP to CTO, replacing cofounder Arash Ferdowsi

Dropbox has promoted its VP of engineering, Aditya Agarwal, as its new CTO, putting him in the position that's been held by cofounder Arash Ferdowsi since the company's launch in 2007. Although Ferdowsi will step back from running the...Show More Summary

Share Dropbox files via iMessage and sign PDFs on your iPhone - CNET

The Dropbox app for iOS adds new features that make it easier for business users to collaborate on their mobile devices.

Dropbox for iOS now has in-app PDF signing and new productivity features for iMessage and iPad

Now you can “sign” a PDF file right from your iPhone with the new Dropbox update. On Tuesday, Dropbox released a new version of its iOS app with a slew of features to boost your mobile productivity. Dropbox for iOS now includes in-app PDF signing, a new iMessage extension and widget compatibility, as well as exclusive iPad features. Show More Summary

Dropbox Updates Its iOS App With New Productivity Features

After adding a whole bunch of productivity tools to its online storage cloud service a few months ago, Dropbox has now brought more features to its iOS app. Here’s what you need to know. More »      

Dropbox on iOS Now Lets You Sign PDFs, Share Files in iMessage, More

Dropbox released the latest update for its iOS app, which includes five new features.

Dropbox for iPhone Can Now Sign PDFs, Easily Share Files in Messages, and More

iOS: Dropbox has updated its iOS app with a handful of new features, including a handy new PDF signature function, an iMessages app, and more. Read more...

Dropbox update brings iMessage app, PDF signing, Today widget

Dropbox today rolled out a big update for its iOS app, adding a number of nice new features. In addition to an iMessage app for iOS 10, the release also brings the ability to sign PDF documents and a handy Today screen widget. Many of us manage PDF documents in Dropbox, but until now, you needed another app […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Dropbox gets Messages app, new widget & more for iOS 10

Later on Tuesday Dropbox will release a major iOS update, adding features like a new widget and a Messages app for iOS 10, and the beginnings of better multitasking support on iPads.

Dropbox Wants To Make Working From Your Smartphone Even Easier

With the newest version of its iOS app, Dropbox aims to put more of the power of desktop computers in the palm of your hand. With the newest version of its iOS app, Dropbox aims to put more of the power of desktop computers in the palm of your hand. Show More Summary

Dropbox for iOS now has an iMessage app and picture-in-picture playback, Split View coming soon

Dropbox announced today that it will soon deliver a highly requested feature to its iOS app: Split View support. This will let iPad users run Dropbox side-by-side with other Split View apps without switching between apps. While Split View is coming soon, Dropbox has loads of new features in the latest version for iOS 10 that are coming out today. more… Filed under: Apple

Dropbox rolls out PDF signing, iMessage integrations and picture-in-picture on iOS

Dropbox is still working its way through the enterprise world in order to show the world it isn’t just dumb online storage — which, given as simple as it was to use, was one of the tool’s original top selling points. So it’s had to shift gears in order to focus on larger companies, and that means consistently rolling out new tools that companies need as they start to… Read More

Dropbox for iOS now lets you sign PDFs, share files in Messages, use picture in picture on iPad

Cloud file syncing and sharing service Dropbox today is announcing several enhancements to its iOS app. Now it has an iMessage App — one of many new features of iOS 10 — that lets users share files with previews in the standard-issue Messages app. And there is a new home screen widget from which you […]

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