iTwin made some waves back in 2009 when it revealed its $99 namesake computer-connecting USB dongles at TC50, and the team has been working on ways to extend the thing’s functionality ever since. Now, the company is ready to show off the fruits of its labor with a new feature called SecureBox for the security conscious cloud storage fanatics in your life (everyone’s got a few of those, right?). There’s no additional hardware required besides an existing iTwin dongle, but the differences become quickly apparent once you load up the SecureBox update and plug the device into a PC or Mac linked to your Dropbox account. Read the full story at TechCrunch.
iTwin’s New SecureBox Feature Links With Dropbox And Encrypts Your Sensitive Files
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