I don’t need Dropbox anymore, and it’s all Google’s fault

I don’t need Dropbox anymore, and it’s all Google’s fault Welcome to First Click, a daily essay written by The Verge staff in which we opine on lives lived in the near future. I discovered something shocking this morning. Fumbling around inside my phone in search of some notes from CES, I realized I hadn’t […]

Dropbox or WeTransfer: Which Service Is Best for Sharing Your Files?

Dropbox or WeTransfer: Which Service Is Best for Sharing Your Files? Like most cloud storage services, Dropbox lets users not only store content, but share and collaborate on that content with others. File-transfer specialist WeTransfer.com has something else in mind, however. Does this rogue player’s attempt to … Read more on cloudwards.net

Dropbox Launches Collaborative Office Suite ‘Paper’, Plus ‘Smart Sync’ for Business Users

Dropbox Launches Collaborative Office Suite ‘Paper’, Plus ‘Smart Sync’ for Business Users Dropbox yesterday officially launched its collaborative editing software called Paper, following six months of public beta testing. Similar to Google Docs, the service offers Dropbox account holders a minimalist document editor and conversational tools for … Read more on Mac Rumors

Dropbox puts laser focus on business customers as it reaches $1B in revenue

Dropbox puts laser focus on business customers as it reaches B in revenue San Francisco based Dropbox is rolling out new features that will change its focus almost entirely to corporate customers, the company said this week, as it pushes to become a leader in enterprise software. Dropbox’s new tools aim to become the main […]

Dropbox Paper vs. Evernote: 5 productivity features compared

Dropbox Paper vs. Evernote: 5 productivity features compared Dropbox and Evernote have frequently been pitted against each other over the years. It’s never really been a fair comparison. Dropbox, essentially just a big storage box for your files, could never compete with Evernote’s document-creation and … Read more on PC World

Dropbox To Support Intel Kaby Lake U2F Authentication, But It’s No Security Panacea

Dropbox To Support Intel Kaby Lake U2F Authentication, But It’s No Security Panacea Dropbox announced that it will support the Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) second-factor authentication protocol on computers that use Intel’s Kaby Lake chips. Dropbox had already enabled support for U2F “security keys,” but this solution is meant to be … Read more on […]