By now you probably have a Dropbox account, and quite possibly, more just than one. The beauty of Dropbox is its simplicity. Drop a file in a folder and it’s magically synced to Dropbox—safe, secure,
Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, Amazon Web Services, iCloud? Which one is best? The answer is: it depends on your needs. There is no “best” service. But there is probably one or two that are . . .
How long does it take to email a file from Dropbox (or any other cloud storage account)? We were curious. We did five tests, then calculated the average time to build and share a link. . . .
Ever download emails to PDF? If so, we have a brand new Chrome extension we think you’ll love. It’s called Save emails to PDF. It’s free to use for anyone who uses Gmail. With one . . .
There are many online comparisons between Google Drive and Dropbox. The problem is that many of those articles are biased, and are light on substance. Most articles discuss either the costs of storage or the . . .
Small businesses love the cloud. Actually, 87% of all small businesses already adopted some form of operating in the cloud, using a variety of cloud services and apps for many company tasks including: email, storage, . . .
Not long after Microsoft SharePoint was launched, it was described as “the next must-have technology” for businesses, with press releases and articles claiming it was “one of the fastest-growing products” in the company’s forty-year history. . . .
Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has become the unlikely face of Shadow IT, thanks to the media uproar caused by the news that she used a personal email address while at the State Department. . . .
One of today’s most popular cloud services is Google Drive. It’s highly secure, but it’s also only as secure as you make it. Here’s some best practices on how to protect yourself and get more . . .
Still a relatively new innovation, cloud storage has attracted a lot of scrutiny in recent months. Before entrusting sensitive data to third party storage facilities, consumers want to know that their information is going to . . .
Most enterprises use a form of cloud storage for backups or consolidation of all their documents. The demand for cloud storage is clearly there, and so is supply. However, as the cloud storage market is maturing, . . .
Dropbox is currently the best cloud storage solution and many people take advantage of its many useful features including the easy file sharing feature. But some people want to use multiple Dropbox accounts and link . . .
Cloud security is currently one of the hottest topics and one that many people and companies are concerned about. When Evernote was recently hacked the company forced 50 million users to reset their passwords. The . . .
The cloud has provided an inexpensive opportunity for companies to store their data on servers owned by a cloud storage service provider. Many companies, both small businesses and large corporations, have already made the move . . .
When it comes to cloud computing, there are two services that everyone knows, and nearly everyone uses. Dropbox hit the scene in 2007 and in recent years has become wildly popular among individuals and companies . . .
As more individuals and companies move their data to the cloud, the most common question is, “Are you sure this is safe?” One of the common “memes” on computing forums is that storing data on the cloud . . .
Check this interesting article in yesterday’s San Jose Mercury News. https://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_17523199 Here are some excerpts: Even though those companies are far from perfect, they’re a lot better at storing and backing up files than I am. . . .