Alternative cloud storage startup Symform has raised $11 million to store your files in tiny fragments on hard drives all over the world.
Apple’s iCloud service has 125 million users, the company announced today on its second-quarter earnings call. That number is up from the 100 million users Tim Cook said the service had on February 14 during a Goldman Sachs call.
Google’s long-anticipated file-sharing service, Google Drive, may have a lot in common with Google Docs, and might even have the same features.
Dropbox announced Monday morning on Twitter that you can now share your Dropbox folders with friends on Facebook.
WatchDox, a file sharing service for highly sensitive documents, announced it has raised $9 million in its latest round of funding.
Cloud storage powerhouse Dropbox has purchased stealth collaboration startup Cove and its exec team made up of former Facebook staffers, the company said Monday…
New York-based startup MightyMeeting has its sights on boosting mobile productivity in the enterprise. In keeping with the growing trend of using tablets to do work, MightyMeeting is unveiling a collaboration app called MightyTeams for the iPad and Android tablets.
Dropbox Automator, a cloud-based service that will process files for you when you add them to your Dropbox account, just got updated with new features.
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The Internet is flooded with thousands of tech articles every day. Buried among all of the breaking news, reblogs, how-tos and product reviews are some great long-form journalism gems. Instead of falling out of favor with today’s short-attention-span-having readers, solid and deeply reported features actually saw a resurgence in 2011, thanks to tools such as Instapaper, smartphones and tablets, and dedicated e-readers.
Cloud-based call recording service Call Trunk will now let Skype users in the U.S. record their voice calls and store them using its new Dropbox integration, the company revealed today.
Editor's Pick There is so much happening right now in emerging cloud computing — the entire economy is being disrupted by the trend.
Box.net, which provides cloud storage services for the enterprise, announced its third-party developer network today, called the Box Innovation Network, or /bin.
Editor's Pick Almost no one has seen episode 4 of CNN’s documentary series “Black in America,” about race in the technology world, but a lot of folks are already jumping in on the race controversy the show’s promo has kickstarted.
Grubwithus, the Y Combinator startup that lets you book group meals with strangers, has opened registration for its second round of get-to-know-you meals featuring successful alumni of the startup accelerator. The meals, which will take place in November, are happening in seven cities across the U.S., and spots are selling out fast.
Cloud storage startup Dropbox has secured a new $250 million dollar round of funding, the company announced today.