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Box joins with VC firms to fund startups building on its platform (BOX)

Cloud storage company Box has always differentiated itself from competitors like Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive with its strong focus on helping developers build things f on top of its service. " This is where we're seeing business models emerge," said Box CEO Aaron Levie on stage at the company's BoxDev event in San Francisco. Show More Summary

Rand: Put Hillary Gossip In My Dropbox

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Rand Paul took his hunt for Hillary Clinton opposition research to Twitter—asking for dirt on Clinton and dollars for his campaign.

Read this before you upload your tax return

It’s great that more folks are backing up their files using cloud-based services like DropBox. While hacker and virus writers get all the headlines, I think hardware failure is really the biggest risk most consumers face. Cloud services...Show More Summary

How do I exclude folders from Mac Spotlight indexing?

I'm a big fan of the Spotlight search service on Mac OS X except it's also indexing my cloud storage folders. That's dumb. I want to exclude Dropbox and Google Drive. How is that done? The post How do I exclude folders from Mac Spotlight indexing? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Dropbox Unveils API Version 2 Preview

Dropbox recently announced that it is prepping the release of Dropbox API v2. The second version of the popular file storage service contains a number of changes, including:

We’re Putting Everything in the Cloud. That’s Scary as Hell, and Here’s Why.

Did you open up a Google doc today? You used the cloud. You did it again when you checked email and Facebook. And when you uploaded that file to Dropbox? You used cloud storage. You can see where this is going. The cloud dominates the modern internet. Show More Summary

Why Dropbox only expects its employees to hit 70% of their goals

When you grow at the pace of Dropbox, it’s often hard to keep all of your employees in check. It now has over 1,200 employees - from about 500 a year ago - working on a platform used by more than 300 million users worldwide. It’s reported to have a valuation of $10 billion, a feat achieved in less than 8 years. Show More Summary

Skyhigh Turns Its Mind To The Security Of Sanctioned Applications

There is a lot of talk about controlling rogue IT within an organization. Dropbox is (often unfairly) held up as the exemplar of unsanctioned IT. Vendors spend lots of cycles to promise organizations that they can weed out usage of unsanctioned applications wherever they may occur. Today cloud security vendor [...]

Dropbox Opens its Security Testing, to Pay Out Cash Bounties for Bugs

At Google, Mozilla, and many other notable technology companies, bug bounties have emerged as one of the key ways to identify and address security vulnerabilities. We've reported on the bug bounty program that Google has been running...Show More Summary

Edit Office Documents From Inside the Dropbox Website

To continue to compete with the likes of Google Drive, OneDrive and iCloud, Dropbox really needs an online office suite to call its own—so it's borrowed Microsoft's. You can now edit any.docx,.xlsx or.pptx file from right inside the Dropbox web interface, with no extra software required, and here's how to go about it. Read more...

Dropbox launches HackerOne bug bounty program

Researchers who report vulnerabilities in Dropbox software can expect a cash reward.

Y Combinator President Sam Altman Is Dreaming Big

The Silicon Valley startup factory that birthed Airbnb and Dropbox has grown even more ambitious under its new leader. "¡Este sábado, a la una de la tarde Pacific time, a las cuatro de la tarde en Colombia, a las tres de la tarde en México, a las diez de la noche en España…" Read Full Story

Dropbox teams up with HackerOne for bug bounty program

Dropbox has announced a new partnership with HackerOne to help the company reign in security breaches and protect user information, according to a Dropbox blog entry posted today. The new bug bounty program augments Dropbox’s existing in-house operation. Show More Summary

Dropbox launches bug bounty program with rewards starting from $216, retroactively pays out $10,475

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Good news for Dutch startups: Dell for Entrepreneurs opens its doors in the Netherlands

Dell has been running its Dell Center for Entrepreneurs since 2011 with success stories in the US (e.g. Dropbox). Dell for Entrepreneurs has expanded into the UK, Canada, France and Israel and kicks off its Dutch presence today. Dell for Entrepreneurs is searching for two hot Dutch startups to help them grow over the course of a year. Show More Summary

Dropbox gets a little more magical with Office integration

Dropbox has introduced a series of integrations making it infinitely more useful and the latest integration is no exception. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Dropbox, Microsoft deepen integration

Unlikely partners continue integration agenda, allows users to edit Office documents within Dropbox.

Sites of the Week: UENO, Vers, Ratio Beerworks and more

Some sites featured today are recently released, but it's beautiful and still deserve the mention, such as Dropbox User Guide, Swipe and Ueno Studio! Check out the whole selection, share with us what you think and stay tuned for the next week! Take a look on all the other sites we're featuring today. Show More Summary

Dropbox Adds Office Online Integration

Thanks to its partnership with Microsoft, Dropbox now lets you edit Office files you have stored in your Dropbox right in your browser via Office Online. Read more...

Hands on with Office Online and Dropbox: A surprisingly smooth combo

Microsoft and Dropbox announced the latest move in their partnership today, with the availability of direct connections to Dropbox accounts from Office Online. Here's how it works.

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