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New year; new start. Now! iStratus DayPlanner is similar to the handwritten day planner of the past, but super-charged with today's technology.
NovaBACKUP 16.5’s broad compatibility with file-sharing services such as Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive, has proved a hit with IT resellers, offering flexibility for the storage of critical
Save & Share Email Address provides a personal email address that sends email messages and their attachments to cloud storage for better email management. San
BATH, England, December 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New App Offers 500m File Sharing Users a Simpler Way to Find, Share and
Encrypts files before they are sent to the cloud, puts collaboration and control in the hands of the data owner with familiar email environment and the convenience of Dropbox for Business
New Funding Further Positions Woven to Become Dominant Digital Media Company Connecting Millennials to Pop Culture Content LOS ANGELES, Dec.
The extended enterprise collaboration platform for Dropbox for Business and other cloud storage services has been named Product of the Year in the Cloud Category by CRN's Test Center.
eScan A150H scanner is the quickest way to deliver private documents SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif., Dec.
Jumptuit Enables Consumers to Instantly Copy and Move Files to Amazon Cloud Drive from Other Cloud Storage Services NEW YORK, Dec.
Adds iOS and Android widgets, list sharing, location-based reminders and Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox integration New York, NY (PRWEB) December 03, 2014
Drew Houston was born on March 4, 1983. He is currently the Co-founder and CEO of Dropbox. Founded in 2007, Dropbox is an online backup and storage service. Originally from Acton, Massachusetts, He worked on several other internet startups before working on Dropbox. Other projects included Bit9, Accolade and Hubspot. As of 2012, Drew Houston has an estimated net worth of $450 Million (US). He attended Acton-Boxborough Regional High School in the 1990s. Drew received his bachelor's...
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