All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Dropbox’

Microsoft Announces New Cloud Storage Options For Office Mobile, Office Online

Microsoft Announces New Cloud Storage Options For Office Mobile, Office Online

Nearly a year ago, Microsoft announced the Cloud Storage Partner Program for Office, enabling third-party storage providers like Box, Citrix ShareFile, and Salesforce to connect their services to Office Online for document viewing and editing. This followed a previously announced partnership with Dropbox. On Wednesday, the company announced that it’s making Office easier for customers to use with such cloud …

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Dropbox Shuts Down Carousel And Mailbox

Dropbox Shuts Down Carousel And Mailbox

Dropbox announced on Monday that it is shutting down its Carousel and Mailbox products on March 31st and February 26th respectively. From the sound of it, key features and ideas from these products will be utilized in the Dropbox app. A post on the company blog says: In 2013, we acquired Mailbox because we believed in the way it was …

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Dropbox Makes It Easier To Edit PDFs on iOS

Dropbox Makes It Easier To Edit PDFs on iOS

Dropbox announced that its iOS integration with Adobe is live, enabling users to easily edit PDFs stored in Dropbox. This was announced for desktop last month. It’s part of a partnership the two companies made designed to make it easier for people to work with PDFs. On the Dropbox blog, Sanjana Tandon writes: With the latest versions of the Dropbox …

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Dropbox Adds Recents Feature to Web

Dropbox Adds Recents Feature to Web

Dropbox announced that it is rolling out Recents to dropbox.com so web users can quickly access files they’ve recently opened, added, edited, or moved. The feature was previously available on iOS, but it’s just now coming to the web version of Dropbox. It debuted in May, and was integrated into iOS 9’s Spotlight Search in October. It will hit Android …

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Dropbox Gets Enterprise Version, Partner Network & More

Dropbox Gets Enterprise Version, Partner Network & More

Back in June, Dropbox announced that it had over 400 million users and that it is in use at over 8 million businesses with 100,000 actual Dropbox Business customers. The company kicked off its Dropbox Open event in San Francisco on Wednesday and provided an update on its numbers. Actually, it’s still claiming 400 million users and 8 million businesses. …

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Dropbox Adds Team Feature To Basic, Pro Accounts

Dropbox Adds Team Feature To Basic, Pro Accounts

Dropbox announced a few months ago that it had over 400 million users and that it was in use at over 8 million businesses, though only 100,000 of those were actually Dropbox for Business customers. Now, the company says over 60% of its Basic and Pro users say they’re using the service primarily for work. The company just announced the …

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Dropbox Adds Web Bookmarking To Storage Service

Dropbox Adds Web Bookmarking To Storage Service

Dropbox made an interesting announcement on Wednesday in that you can now drag and drop web URLs into Dropbox on the web and desktop and open them on any device. Dropbox positions the feature as ideal for businesses and students for organizing resources, some of which are bound to be web-based. Dropbox’s Shachar Binyamin writes on the company blog: This …

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Dropbox for Business Gets File Requests Feature

Last month, Dropbox launched a new feature for file requests so users can more easily collect files of any size from groups on any platform regardless of device. The feature is now available for Dropbox for Business users. “File requests are a fast and simple way to collect files from the people you work with,” a spokesperson for the company …

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With Over 400M Users, Dropbox Is In Use At Over 8M Businesses

Dropbox is celebrating its 8th birthday by sharing a bunch of stats, including the fact that it has surpassed 400 million registered users. According to the company, users are taking Dropbox to work at over 8 million businesses. They also have 100,000 actual Dropbox for Business customers. “It’s been eight years since Drew Houston submitted his Y Combinator application in …

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Dropbox Adds File Requests For Collecting Files From Groups

Dropbox announced a new feature for file requests so users can more easily collect files of any size from groups on any platform regardless of device. “Existing solutions to collect files – email, text messaging, social media, FTP servers, or even physically mailing hard drives – are clunky and often limited by file size,” a Dropbox spokesperson tells WebProNews. “Dropbox’s …

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Dropbox For Business Makes Life Easier For IT Teams

Dropbox announced some updates to Dropbox for Business, which should make things a little easier for IT teams in the administration, security, and integration areas. For one, they’ve added tiered admin roles. There are three tiers: Team admin, User management admin, and support admin. The idea is that day-to-day responsibilities can be delegated by having different roles assigned to each …

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Dropbox Finally Lets You Comment on Shared Files

It just got easier to collaborate on your shared Dropbox files. The company has just enabled comments on shared files – a feature you’ve probably used plenty of times inside Google Drive. “Whether you’re collaborating on a business proposal or putting together a vacation itinerary, working with multiple people can be difficult. It can involve lots of back and forth …

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Dropbox and Microsoft Let You Edit Office Files From The Browser

Last fall, Microsoft and Dropbox partnered up on Office integration. Now, the companies are taking their partnership a little further. The two announced a new integration that allows users to edit their Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents in Dropbox using Office Online on the web. “This means that users don’t need the desktop versions of Microsoft Office, and can even …

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Dropbox Launches New API For Businesses

Dropbox announced a new API for businesses, which will enable them to integrate the Dropbox Platform into their own IT processes. “Already 100,000 companies rely on Dropbox for Business to securely store and share even their most important company information, including major organizations like Hyatt, News Corp, and MIT,” says Dropbox’s Ilya Fushman. “Many of them also use the Dropbox …

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Microsoft Office, Dropbox Integrations Arrive

Earlier this month, Dropbox and Microsoft announced a partnership, which would see Dropbox integrations with Microsoft Office on phones, tablets, and the web. Dropbox announced on Tuesday that the integrations are now here. Users can access Dropbox from Office apps, edit Office files directly from Dropbox (and sync them across devices), and share new or edited files from the Office …

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Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple & Other Tech Companies Call For Government Surveillance Reform

About a year ago, the Reform Government Surveillance coalition was formed. Today, it includes AOL, Apple, Drobpbox, Evernote, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo. The companies have since maintained a website on the issue, and have now penned an open letter to the U.S. Senate as the USA Freedom Act comes up for a vote. The companies say the …

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Microsoft, Dropbox Partner On Office Integration

Microsoft and Dropbox announced a strategic partnership, which will see Dropbox integration with Microsoft Office on phones, tablets, and the web. As the announcement notes, there are already over 35 billion Office files being hosted by Dropbox. Users will be able to access Dropbox from Office apps, edit Office files directly from Dropbox (and sync them across devices), and share …

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Dropbox: We Were Not Hacked

According to reports, hundreds of Dropbox usernames and passwords were leaked online as a preview to a larger alleged leak of 7 million accounts. As The Next Web reports, a thread appeared on reddit pointing to files with the leaked account details, saying, “Here is another batch of Hacked Dropbox accounts from the massive hack of 7,000,000 accounts. To see …

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Dropbox Pro Gets New Pricing, Features

Dropbox announced that it is now offering a single plan for Dropbox Pro at $9.99 per month for 1 TB of space. Previously, it would have cost $500 per year for half of that space. Now it will cost you about $120 for all of it. They’ve also added some additional features including new sharing controls and safeguards for lost …

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Dropbox for Android Gets Better At Search, Adds Document Previews

It appears to be a good day for Android users in terms of getting better search features in third-party apps. As reported earlier, Tumblr has improved its search experience on Android. Now, Dropbox has launched an update for its Android app, adding document previews and a redesigned search experience. The company says it’s now quicker and easier to get to …

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Instagram’s Lead Designer Is Leaving for Dropbox

It looks like Dropbox is about to get a new look – or at least a significant refresh. As expected, Instagram’s lead designer Tim Van Damme has announced that he is leaving the company – and his last day will be Friday. After that, he’ll be heading to Dropbox in early August. “The past 18 months were some of the …

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Dropbox Hits 175 Million Users, Launches New Developer Tools, Yahoo Mail Integration For Android

Dropbox kicked off its first ever developer conference today. The company took the opportunity to reveal that it now has 175 million users, and over a billion files synced every day. According to TechCrunch, Dropbox only had 100 million users just this past November, so the growth thing is going pretty well. And today’s news should help At the conference, …

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Dropbox Announces Dropbox For Business With Single Sign-On

Dropbox announced “Dropbox for Business” on Wednesday. The company says that it’s making a lot of changes to make Dropbox better for companies of all sizes, so it’s rebranding “Dropbox For Teams” as “Dropbox For Business”. One of the upcoming features is single sign-on (SSO). Dropbox’s Anand Subramani explains: SSO works behind the scenes to let users sign in just …

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Yahoo Mail Gets Dropbox Integration

Yahoo has partnered with Dropbox to integrate Dropbox’s storage solution into Yahoo Mail. “By bringing Dropbox to Yahoo! Mail, it’ll now be easier for you to send, receive, share and manage your attachments,” says Yahoo in a blog post. Dropbox’s Joshua Jenkins says, “Email attachments can be tricky: they’ve got file size limits, you can’t keep them updated, and when …

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Kim Dotcom Says Mega Is Already Catching Up To Dropbox

Mega launched over the weekend to much fanfare. The new file sharing site from Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom already reached over 1 million users within a day, and it’s still growing. For now, Dotcom is taking a break from the public eye, but he’s still tweeting away all kinds of stats about his new startup. In a series of tweets …

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Dropbox Hits 100 Million Users, Shows No Signs Of Slowing

Dropbox announced today that it has surpassed 100 million users, who are saving a billion files every 24 hours. “Since the beginning, Dropbox users have remained at the heart of the company’s mission,” a spokesperson for the company tells WebProNews. “People from around the world have shown countless and unique ways to use Dropbox to simplify their lives every day. …

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Facebook Groups Get Dropbox Integration

Dropbox and Facebook have announced a new integration, where Facebook Group users will be able to share stuff from their Dropbox directly with group members on Facebook. A spokesperson for Dropbox tells WebProNews that the partnership builds upon its “mission to create easier ways for people to be more productive, collaborate, and access their life’s work whenever they need it, …

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Dropbox Gets Google-Like Two-Step Verification

Dropbox announced today that it is launching a new two-step verification feature to make the service more secure. It requires two levels of authentication to log in: a password, and a security code that will either be texted to the user’s phone or generated by a mobile authenticator app for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows 7. Many Google users are …

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Dropbox Launches Instant Web Updates

Dropbox announced today that users can now make changes to files on their computers or their phones, and the Dropbox site instantly updates to reflect said changes. “You no longer have to hit refresh as you wait for your friend to share those super-important files or worry about getting out of sync,” Dropbox’s Danny Weinberg said in a blog post. …

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Dropbox Can Now Downloads Torrents Through Boxopus

Ever since the war on file sharers began in the early 2000s, people have been looking for more and more ways to share files anonymously. The use of encrypted torrents and VPNs have met with success. There has also been a rise among the use of alternative file sharing software that allows users to share anonymously. The problem with these …

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