Stored files are vulnerable to cut-and paste clumsiness or to links embedded in shared documents
Smartphones are great for snapping pics and getting photos off your devices and onto your PC is even easier.
Red-hot competition is driving cloud storage vendors to increase capacity and cut prices.
Cloud photo service Loom is joining forces with Dropbox, presumably to beef up the storage company's newly launched Carousel app.
Drop this card into your DSLR camera, and use your phone or tablet's Internet connection to move photos from the card to the cloud. Cool service, though it will cost you.
The company is also telling customers to change their passwords.
CEO Drew Houston cites Rice's international experience, as users fume over the appointment of a known wiretapping advocate to the Board of the cloud storage company.
Price wars and freebies are out. Hooking you into paid services is in.
Between Dropbox for Business, the new Carousel photo app, and Mailbox's platform expansion, one thing is clear: Dropbox wants to be more than a cloud locker.
The enterprise version of Dropbox comes with a variety of IT controls