Business-grade Dropbox? Active Directory integration enabled

While the Dropbox cloud-based file sharing service was quickly a hit with users, it was also quickly identified as a security concern by their IT managers. A new partnership may help assuage their

Published on: June 25th, 2013 Jeff Jedras

Cometdocs like Dropbox with file conversion

It’s rare to find a PC user in the business world that hasn’t suffered the pain of weird document formats. Either because your work computer won’t give you admin rights to install the

Published on: February 13th, 2013 Brian Jackson

The allure of building enterprise products

By Jesse Rodgers  There is no doubt that enterprise software is currently in fashion. That’s because in enterprise software there are big problems, bigger data, and bigger budgets where you don’t need to find

Published on: November 20th, 2012 Francis Moran

What if Yammer, BaseCamp, Zoho and DropBox all had a baby?

Social enterprise is all the rage these days, as traditional enterprise software vendors try to incorporate social aspects into their platforms and other companies build cloud-based services to compete with the incumbents. One

Published on: November 16th, 2012 Jeff Jedras

TitanFile secures documents, $1.1 million VC funding

A Halifax-based startup that assures its customers of a secure way to transfer sensitive documents has won $1.1 million in seed financing, it announced today. TitanFile Inc. received the financing from Innovacorp, the

Published on: October 11th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Latest Sophos security releases target Android malware, Dropbox files

Sophos has released a new free anti-virus app for Android devices. As explained in our source story from Network World, theapp scans formalicious apps and malware on Android devices. In November it will

Published on: September 27th, 2012 Christine Wong

Big increase in data breaches during 2012

We’ve heard a lot of anecdotal cases of password leaks and other data breaches from some high-profile services this year, but now software vendor SecurityCoverage is showing some research that indicates data breaches

Published on: August 23rd, 2012 Brian Jackson

Cloud security dos and don’ts after the latest Dropbox breach

The bottom line with free cloud-based storage services like Dropbox is that you get the type of security you pay for with them, a Toronto security expert warns. And since those services are

Published on: August 1st, 2012 Christine Wong

Photography app review [video]

Smartphone cameras are so good that many of us have ditched our digital cameras. And connected devices have the added benefit of being able to share and edit on the go. We take

Published on: July 20th, 2012 Nick Barber

Dropbox launches security probe into spam attacks

Dropbox is investigating reports that some European users are receiving spam to email addresses associated with their accounts, the company said Tuesday.Dropbox, whose cloud storageservice is widely used, said in astatement that "we

Published on: July 18th, 2012 Jeremy Kirk

VMware gets tentacles into cloud storage with Project Octopus

VMware is offering a private-cloud based platform for document sharing and device syncing that could rival  Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft SkyDrive by giving companies more control over their data.The product, called Project Octopus Beta, gives access to

Published on: May 2nd, 2012 Tim Greene

5 ways Microsoft SkyDrive is better than Google Drive

Amid the excitement over Google Drive, the search giant's new Dropbox competitor, Microsoft recently improved a similar online sync and storage service, SkyDrive. Microsoft added the ability to store files online and sync

Published on: April 26th, 2012 Ian Paul

Just how much cloud storage can you get for free?

The cloud isn't just getting personal. Luckily for consumers, it's also getting cheaper. Heck, a lot of it is now absolutely free.Cloud storage is becoming so ubiquitous and so cheap that Gartner Inc.researchers

Published on: April 12th, 2012 Christine Wong

Be a Dropbox ninja: 62 ways to master its use

Ask Macworld editors to name our favourite apps, and most of us would mention Dropbox. The file-synchronizing service has revolutionized the way we use our Macs; we're always looking for new things it

Published on: August 19th, 2011 Macworld Staff