Dropbox presented a completely rebuilt, re-imagined Dropbox for business product today that aims to make it easier for people to switch between their work and personal accounts from one central place.
Droplr has been uploading users’ files to the cloud since 2009 but is only now taking on funding to grow the company and stand up against formidable competition.
File storage company Hightail acquired security company adeptCloud today, continuing its quest to compete with major names in the cloud file-sharing industry.
Y Combinator-backed Kippt released a new product for companies today called Inc, which seeks to improve communications among teams and provide a better alternative to email.
Does this Microsoft patent make my Android smartphone look fat? That’s the question Motorola Mobility is asking today after yet another German court ruled its mobile phones were infringing patents owned by the software giant. The decision by the Mannheim Regional Court bans sales of Motorola phones including the Razr, Razr Maxx and Atrix and awards Microsoft undetermined monetary damages.
Sponsored Post Cloud is all the rage in enterprise … so much so that Juniper predicts mobile cloud revenues alone of $39 billion by 2016. But with new file sharing and application management strategies…
Cloud computing and desktop virtualization are rapidly growing trends in the tech world, and one company has spent a considerable amount of time developing this technology. Nivio, which started as an idea in 2004, announced today it has received $21 million in its first round of venture capital funding.
For most offices, avoiding an avalanche of paper is a daily struggle. Even with so much content available online these days, paper still seems to pile up in offices and clutter workspaces. Doctape, a German based company, is launching a new service to fix that.