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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
nCrypted Cloud announced support for the new Dropbox for Business API, delivering new ways to collaborate when sharing data with customers, suppliers and business partners. Boston,
Sookasa’s integration with Dropbox for business provides a seamless joint solution for cloud storage, encryption, and compliance needs. San Mateo, California
With CirroSecure for Dropbox, Enterprises Can Easily Share, Sync and Collaborate in Secure Cloud-based Environment SUNNYVALE, Calif.
Data Loss Prevention and eDiscovery Capabilities Help Secure the Mobile Enterprise Workforce LOS ALTOS, Calif., Dec.
The upgraded FlipHTML5 platform provides more convenience to digital publishers, allowing them to create digital flipbooks from online PDF files more quickly and easily. (PRWEB)
Mind Vector, the most popular iOS app for mindmapping and brainstorming comes to Mac Store.
Acrosync LLC, a software company developing rsync-based sync and backup solutions for desktops and mobile devices, has recently released Acrosync for Windows, a native rsync client with an easy-to-use
Quicklegal - An App that provides on demand video chat instantly with any type of lawyer you need wins first place for best new app and $50,000 at TechWeek California. Los
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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