These three cloud storage services are the most popular solutions for those who fill their devices’ internal memories with files and don’t want to move them to an external hard disk, memory stick or DVD. They’re very useful because by...Show More Summary
Sending files to someone else is pretty straightforward. You can choose to send it via messenger apps such as WhatsApp where you can attach a photo or video. You can also choose to share it via cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive, or attach it in an email and let the other person download it whenever they want. Show More Summary
Today, almost everyone keeps their personal information on the internet. As a result, there is a need for the companies holding this data to make sure that it is protected and that the privacy of the owners is respected to the fullest. Show More Summary
It is now tech folklore that Apple cofounder Steve Jobs once offered to buy Dropbox in its very early days, while describing its file storage service as a "feature, not a product." But once it was clear the offer would never materialize...Show More Summary
The Facebook founder often shares his business wisdom with Dropbox CEO Drew Houston.
32-year-old Dropbox CEO Drew Houston owns a company with a valuation of $10 billion. So who does a billionaire business owner turn to when they need advice about scaling their business? How about $250 billion company owner Mark... Read more The post Dropbox CEO Drew Houston Leans On Mark Zuckerberg For Advice appeared first on Business Pundit.
What do you do when you’re the 32-year-old CEO of a $10 billion company and need advice on how to further grow it? Turn to a 31-year-old fellow CEO of a $250 billion company for advice. That's what Dropbox CEO Drew Houston does, as he...Show More Summary
Dropbox and Box, the cloud storage services have announced new features to give users more tools to work with. Dropbox, …
After Dropbox raised $350 million at a $10 billion valuation early last year, the file storage company pulled an audacious move: it hired Dennis Woodside, an 11-year Google veteran who was most recently Motorola’s CEO, as its first-ever chief operating officer. Show More Summary
If you’re the type of person who’s into cloud file storage, you’re probably eyeing one of these three companies to work for: Google, Microsoft, or Dropbox. But they’re also some of the most popular companies in Silicon Valley, and extremely difficult to get into. Show More Summary
In 2013 when we were getting our browser-based outliner ready, Les Orchard, a longtime reader of this blog, and contributor to our community (he wrote the initial S3 glue for Frontier, a huge gift), suggested we look at using Dropbox as our storage system. I was already a serious Dropbox user, and loved how it virtualized my file system. Show More Summary
If you travel frequently and use multiple computers and don’t like bringing around flash drives or external hard drives, then cloud storage is probably the best way to go and when it comes to cloud storage, Dropbox is probably a company that comes to mind. Show More Summary
Dropbox now claims to have 400 million registered users, up from 300 million just a little more than a year ago. Those users sync more than 1 billion files per day, and create over 100,000 shared folders every hour. That's pretty impressive...Show More Summary
When you decide to pull the trigger on creating your mobile app, the first question you ask yourself is how are you going to get noticed. Popular startups like Google, Instagram, and Dropbox had millions of users after the first days of releasing their app. Show More Summary
Dropbox said today that it now has more than 400 million registered users — a jump from the last public figure about its user base in May last year. Previously, the company had said it had 300 million users. The company declined to say how many of them are monthly active users, but it still shows that Dropbox’s registered user base at the very least continues to grow.… Read More
Dropbox today announced a new milestone: 400 million users. The company says its users sync 1.2 billion files every day, create over 100,000 new shared folders and links every hour, and make 4,000 edits every second. To put the number in perspective, here’s a quick timeline. Dropbox hit 100 million users in November 2012, 200 […]
When almost all of your personal information is on the web, it becomes very important for Internet companies to make sure that their user’s data is protected and privacy is respected. One glitch, and all of our sensitive data can land up at a place where we don’t wish it to land. Show More Summary
Dropbox recently launched a new Dropbox API feature. Its /save_url constitutes a new endpoint that allows developers to upload files to Dropbox with only a URL. Using the new feature, the need to download a file first vanishes.
Dropbox has announced a nice new upgrade to their Android app. It's Dropbox 3.0, and the main highlight is that the app is now doused in a full coat of Material Design.
Dropbox will offer Android users a revamped app this week, with a new look and many new features. The Dropbox cloud storage service is rolling out a newly revamped version of its Android app this week in the Google Play Store. In addition to a new user interface, it also has a number of additional features.