If you’ve updated your Apple device to the latest version of iOS, then you’ve probably been encountering bugs and other user experience hiccups along the way. App developers have been tackling a slew of issues presented by the new iOS...Show More Summary
In the short video “Working at Dropbox,” various puppets — voiced by actual Dropbox employees — explain what it’s like working at the popular cloud storage service. My favorite perk at Dropbox is the tea and scones cart. You’re at your desk writing code and then all of the sudden this cart comes by your […]
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Take your brightly colored sticky squares to go: 3M launched its Post-it Plus app, which can capture and digitize up to 50 Post-it Notes at once. You can create boards, share with others, and sync with Dropbox, Powerpoint, and other software. READ MORE »
An increasing number of the enterprise focus software companies, like Dropbox, Convo, Google, and Microsoft, are building products that allow people to collaborate. Now Slack, a conversation platform for businesses, is building up its...Show More Summary
Step-by-step instructions to help you tighten security and dramatically reduce the risk that crucial cloud services will be compromised. If you use a Microsoft or Google account, Office 365, Dropbox, Facebook, or Twitter, keep readi...
Cloud storage powerhouse Dropbox Inc. is marking the much-anticipated launch of Apple’s iOS 8 with an updated version of its client app that takes advantage of the new functionality included in the new release and that bolts several other major … Continue reading ?
Sam Altman is president of Y Combinator, a prestigious startup accelerator program that incubated companies like Airbnb, valued this year at $10 billion, and Dropbox. Altman and Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz gave a 45-minute presentation to Stanford students about how to build great companies. Show More Summary
Dropbox, one of the most popular mobile storage apps, has been updated to incorporate the new functions of iOS 8. Now users can find Dropbox file notifications in the today tab of Notification Center. This will make it easier to see your most recently modified files and open them with just a tap. Show More Summary
Now that iOS 8 is on the loose, Apple users are receiving much-improved versions of their favorite apps, designed take advantage of new iOS features – like the ability to create custom widgets in the Notification Center. Today, file-sharing...Show More Summary
If you haven’t been scared off cloud services by the Fappening or past horrors like MobileMe, you might want to try iCloud Drive, Apple’s answer to Dropbox and Google Drive. It’s a pretty great concept, an extension of the Apple … Read more ›
If you ask many IT administrators why they don't deploy more open source tools and platforms, a good number of them will say that they have security concerns about them. Even Android is still banned by some companies due to security worries. Show More Summary
A couple of updates: First item The four scripts that sparkygetsthegirl crafted allow him to 1. write in Scrivener, 2. sync to a Dropbox folder, 3. Convert to md, 4. then open those md files on an android table to write/edit/add 5. and then reconvert to rtf for syncing back into Scrivener. I wondered to […]
Popular cloud file-sharing platform Dropbox has announced the addition of three new features to its Datastore API. Data stores are simple embedded databases that are linked to Dropbox, making it easy to keep an app's per-user data (settings, bookmarks and game state) in sync across multiple devices. These additional features are designed to make the process even more effective.
If there's one overarching, fundamental truth about the internet, it's that you're never as safe as you think you are. Dropbox, Google and the Open Technology Fund get that all too well -- that's why they (along with a slew of security researchers)...
Google, Dropbox, and the Open Technology Fund have partnered to create Simply Secure, a group meant to make it easier for companies to build open source security tools into their products. They couldn’t have picked a better year to found a group dedicated to digital security. Show More Summary
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Dropbox, Google, and the Open Technology Fund today announced a new organization focused on making open source security tools easier to use. Called Simply Secure, the initiative brings together security researchers with experts in user interaction and design to boost adoption rates for consumer-facing security solutions. Show More Summary
Today Dropbox and Google announced the creation of Simply Secure, a research project which aims to make security tech, like two-factor authentication, easier to use. According to the project’s joint press release, “consumer-facing security...Show More Summary