Dropbox said Sunday it was making progress in restoring service after the popular file storage service went offline on Friday. As of Sunday afternoon Pacific time, the service said more than 99 percent of users can access their files. But 5 percent of users were having trouble syncing files from the desktop client, and about Continue Reading →
Dropbox for Business
Dropbox, an online storage service that has gained 200 million consumers in five years, is heading to the office. On Wednesday, the company announced Dropbox for Business, a significant advance from its previous efforts to build storage for work groups. It also signaled a willingness to compete with some of the biggest companies in the Continue Reading →
A little over two months after FindIt first launched for iPhone, the email- and file-search app has now quietly rolled out on Android too. It’s a beautifully designed app, one that currently connects with Gmail, Google Drive and Dropbox, though there is scope for opening this up to additional cloud-based services in the future. There Continue Reading →
Dropbox on Tuesday announced a new Dropbox for Business feature: team folders. Administrators can now create folders that are instantly shared with all members of their team, both current ones and new ones that join later. This means all important files that all colleagues need can be shared with the whole team in just one step. Furthermore, Continue Reading →
Dropbox doesn’t want to be a storage service. It wants to be the data layer uniting your information on all apps. To get more apps and enterprises integrated with its platform, it announced DBX, the six year-old startup’s first developer conference. To be held July 9th at San Francisco, you can request an invite for Continue Reading →