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Coral Gundlach on why DropBox is her most critical tool

The Century 21 Redwood Realty agent talks about helping people through life transitions and which tech tool she thinks is the most valuable for her business...

Dropbox for Windows and Windows Phone 8.1 snags quick search and more

Dropbox for Windows and Windows Phone 8.1 has been updated to carry over some features recently added to the Windows 10 version of the app....

Official Dropbox for Windows Phone app updated with commenting, more

Rudy Huyn has just pushed out an update to the official Dropbox app for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1. Version 2016.205.246 includes the ability to add comments directly to your files, bring others into the discussion with @mentions, quick search and an improved UI. Download it here from Windows Phone Store for free.

Protecting Business Interests, Security, and Mitigating Risk with Shadow IT

Dropbox. Evernote. WeTransfer. Asana. DocuSign. And so many more. Your team relies on a multitude of cloud-based applications to help them do their jobs more efficiently. The stronger your team is, the more productive they are and the more competitive your business can be. Show More Summary

A Practical Guide To Invisible Design

With examples from Dropbox, Gmail, and more, here's a no-nonsense guide to creating user experiences that are so natural, they feel invisible. When you examine the most successful interaction designs of recent years, the clear winners are those who execute fundamentals flawlessly, like Gmail's autosave function and Uber's credit card entry form. Show More Summary

Index has raised an additional $550 million to invest in US, European, and Israeli tech startups

Index Ventures — the venture capital fund that has backed the likes of Facebook, Dropbox and Deliveroo — has raised $550 million (£376 million) to invest in US, European, and Israeli technology startups. The latest fund (Index's eighth) builds on the $700 million (£478 million) fund that Index raised in 2015. Show More Summary

How to Auto-Configure Desktop Dropbox Accounts From Mobile

It’s cumbersome to login with your username and password every time you set up Dropbox on a different computer. It’s also unnecessary, because the Dropbox app on your phone can do it for you. Open the Dropbox app on your Android or iOS device and go to Dropbox settings. Show More Summary

Andy Keeler on non-market valuation at the 2016 AEA Humor Session

Here is a link to the video: Full disclosure: I was one of the referees for the paper (it was a no revisions policy review) that was published in the Economic Inquiry miscellany section: “A modest proposal for the extension of non-market valuation methods” by Andrew Keeler, written in...

Developers Accidentally Ship Dropbox And Gmail Logins In Horribly Insecure Motorola CCTV Cameras

A home Motorola CCTV camera is trivial to take complete control over, researchers say, as they uncover Google and Dropbox account credentials mistakenly left in the device.

GSK and J&J back $1 billion biotech spin-off from Index Ventures

By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - Index Ventures, an early investor in technology hits like Skype and Dropbox, is spinning off its biotech portfolio into a new $1 billion (695 million pounds) business, with backing from drug giants GlaxoSmithKline and Johnson & Johnson. Show More Summary

? My site now secured with SSL

It’s Sunday evening and I’m stoked to share with you all that I’ve finally enabled SSL on my server with email, VPN, Photo sharing, my dropbox (open source clone) and my blogs all being forced to use HTTPS and being secured with an SSL Cert. There’s still a lot to do on the server but...

Silicon:Safe Bags $1M Seed For Its Hardware Fix For Bulk Password Theft

Sony Pictures. Ashley Madison. Twitch. Patreon. Dropbox. Snapchat. LinkedIn.… Those are just a handful of the companies that have suffered massive password-related breaches in recent years. Bulk password theft is the scourge of our digital times. Read More

Dropbox became even more white and male in 2015, appoints head of diversity

Cloud file syncing and sharing company Dropbox today released its diversity numbers for 2015, and the numbers show that a greater share of its employees are white and male than in 2014. In addition to releasing the figures, Dropbox also announced that it has hired Judith Williams as its new global head of diversity. Previously […]

Dropbox CEO, diversity chief put more 'firepower' behind goals

We spoke with Dropbox founder and CEO Drew Houston and head of diversity Judith Williams about diversity in tech.        

Dropbox CEO, new diversity chief address goals with more 'firepower'

Dropbox released its latest diversity numbers. USA TODAY talked to its CEO and diversity chief.        

1908 San Francisco Home Gets Gorgeous Modern Renovation

All photos by Laure Joliet via MyDomaine Bay Area interior designer Lauren Geremia has designed for Instagram, Dropbox and the like, but her renovation for a 1908 Edwardian house in San Francisco looks nothing like a creative tech office, and...

Microsoft Introduces Cloud Store Options For Office

It looks like the folks over at Microsoft are about to make their Office online and mobile services all the more versatile, with the introduction of Dropbox and Box integration. This is certainly a step in the right direction to say the least, especially when you consider just how indispensable some of us find the likes of Dropbox and Box to be. Show More Summary

Microsoft adding more third-party storage integration with Office

Microsoft is allowing third-party storage vendors like Box, Dropbox and others to integrate directly with Office Online, Office for iOS and the new

Microsoft Office Online now supports real-time co-authoring for Box, Dropbox, ShareFile, and Egnyte files

Microsoft today announced new capabilities of Office Online that show the company being more open to editing files stored in other cloud file storage systems. Now Office Online offers real-time coauthoring — allowing multiple people to work on documents and see each other’s activity at the same time — for documents living inside Box, Dropbox, […]

Office Online files in Dropbox now allow collaborative editing

Dropbox and Microsoft have announced the ability to co-edit Office Online files that are stored in Dropbox. With this, more than one person from a team can make edits and additions to documents without having to wait for the other person to finish what they are doing. Show More Summary

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