Pretty much anyone watching the cloud computing market will tell you that Amazon Web Services is its 800-pound gorilla. Which means that this is a big week for the company: On Wednesday in Las Vegas, Amazon kicks off its first user conference, called AWS re: Invent.
OfficeDrop's redesigned Web app gives the SMB-focused Evernote-Dropbox hybrid a fresh coat of paint to match its greatly improved feature set.
FileLocker, a folder sync and collaboration service, claims to provide end-to-end military-level encryption of files stored on its servers.
We take a tour of the good, bad, and just plain confusing features of Microsoft's cloud storage service.
If your company was in Hurricane Sandy's path, you're probably still struggling--unless you're in the data recovery business.
WinZip 17 lets you archive, encrypt, convert, and share your files across multiple services. New integration with cloud storage services and social networks keep this venerable compression utility relevant.
Cloud and data backup provider Nirvanix is allowing customers to move their data outside the company's New Jersey data center for free today to get out of the path of Hurricane Sandy.
Having failed to establish a dialog with Microsoft on the issue of renewable energy, Greenpeace turned to Microsoft Office mascot Clippy to gain attention.
Box has a simple vision to ensure customers can access and share content from anywhere--and now "anywhere" includes Windows 8 and Windows 8 tablets.
ShareFile StorageZones will help businesses with compliance while storing cloud data closer to users.