Adobe's Creative Cloud will also be integrated with Google Drive to avoid the hassle of downloading and uploading files.
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Microsoft is removing the 2 GB file-size limitation from both consumer OneDrive and OneDrive for Business for customers worldwide 'in the coming weeks.'
Even in a cloud and tablet world, lots of businesses are going to keep using systems designed for the on-premise world - and that's just fine.
Cloud storage to use inside your cloud service: Azure Files represents another step towards blending the concepts of Platform and Infrastructure as a Service for a very pragmatic approach to cloud.
Streem's technology attempts to turn the cloud into an extension of a user's hard drive by enabling desktop users to stream files on-demand from the cloud.
No sign of a Chrome OS-based tablet yet. But Acer's hitting all the competitive targets, including smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Will it work?
One of the challenges of using Cloud-based big data or media applications is moving big files and objects into the cloud. IBM acquired Aspera just to address this issue. Signiant, long a player in broadcast and other media, says don't forget us.
A study by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) showed there is a growing popularity among SMEs to use the cloud for emails, sharing files online, and accessing online software.
UPDATED 4: The cloud storage service hits a brick wall on Friday for millions of customers. Although the service wasn't responding, Dropbox says files are still safe.
Talk about the cloud and watch some folks' eyes glaze over. They don't want to think about where their files are stored. Ask them if their photos are safe and it's a different story.
The cloud turned tablet giant touts new enterprise features for the bring-your-own-device crowd for its next-generation range of Kindle Fire HD and Fire HDX tablets.
The CRM giant touts lots of friendly third-party deals, but it looks like Salesforce working harder on covering its bases inside and out.
Cloud computing has turned us into hardware agnostics demanding access to our files anytime and anywhere.
Malwarebytes has launched a backup service that includes scanning files for malware. It backs up multiple Windows PCs, and Android and Apple iOS devices, with optional encryption to protect your files in the cloud.
Mobile cloud stacks are preconfigured offerings from Rackspace to allow developers to easily configure the back-end of a smartphone or tablet application.
The SearchYourCloud service from Simplexo is positioned as a secure way of finding documents or files across multiple cloud storage services or repositories.
The cloud-based agile software development company files for an initial public offering.
Forget post-PC. Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth envisions a future where the smartphone is the brain of your tablet as well as your laptop and even your TV set, all connected to the cloud.
With so many cloud storage services available, a small business should definitely utilize them to store and sync critical files.
Who should own the digital keys to your private files and who can you trust as cloud file hosting struggles with archaic legal precedents and laws? Surprisingly Michael Chertoff & Kim Dotcom appear to agree: you should control encryption...
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