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Storage giant EMC is not a startup known for cutting-edge design. Which is why it's interesting to watch EMC's file-sync-and-share business, Syncplicity, push out a new version of its iPhone app as it competes with Dropbox, Box, and other young guns.
Once you've connected your accounts, double-click one to open it in the Cloud Commander window. From there you can drag and drop files and folders to and from that service, either moving or copying the items, depending on how you've configured Cloud
I sure hope file-sharing company Dropbox sent someone down to 500 Startups' demo day today, because they should really talk to a nifty little startup called Lumific . Lumific, presented by its co-founder and chief scientist Desmond Chik, is a tool
Created to work both online and offline since its development began, the iStratus® DayPlanner is an organization and productivity app that combines personal and business calendars, contacts, receipts, documents, voice memos and to-dos in one place.
See Also Jan Curn, co-founder and CTO at photogprahy software platform VirtualRig Studio, has been using Dropbox since 2009. After using the service for about five years, C urn has come across one of the most terrifying, stomach-churning scenarios
Tech workers and their large salaries have largely been blamed for the gentrification and rising rents plaguing San Francisco. When it comes to finding a place to live, demand has far outpaced supply. It turns out the same thing is happening to
While Dropbox s consumer offering is popular, its Dropbox for Business service, launched April 2013, hasn't gained as much traction as the company would like. But thanks to new features announced today, Dropbox hopes to change that. With an
One person I meet is an engineer at a company that is changing the mattress industry by selling directly online to the consumer. Another person I meet is a communications professional from England, who recently moved to New York City to find
Or it would if it were a document sent to you via Digify , a Singapore-based startup that is building a tool for securely sharing documents, while ensuring that the recipients can't copy, screenshot, or re-share those documents without your
Click Ticker to See live coverage Silicon Valley-based cloud storage company Dropbox, which had an estimated value of $10 billion as of January 2014, is expanding its reach globally. The company plans to open offices in the UK, Japan, Australia, and