Microsoft’s Updated SkyDrive Service Could Put iCloud To Shame
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Dropbox announces its first developer conference 'DBX' in San Francisco on July 9th

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Dropbox, the popular cloud storage and file syncing company, today announced ‘DBX,’ its first developer and partner conference. The news isn’t small: Dropbox is a company focused on expanding its revenue and customer base as it works towards an initial public offering. Bringing together its partners and developers is a...
Dropbox announces its first developer conference 'DBX' in San Francisco on July 9th

Dropbox to host first-ever developers conference this summer

gigaom.com
Dropbox, the file-sync-store-and-share provider to the masses, will host its inaugural developers conference this summer. The event — called DBX — will take place July 9 at San Francisco’s Fort Mason. Details other than that are sparse but in a blog post the company said it hopes to draw developers...
Dropbox to host first-ever developers conference this summer

A Year Later, What Google Drive Means for Startups

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Startup image copyright white_boardA year ago, we were a launch partner when Google unveiled Drive. Much has been made of what this means for Google or the cloud storage wars, but there’s been an even bigger impact for startups targeting prosumers and SMB: The opportunity for profound growth using platforms...
A Year Later, What Google Drive Means for Startups

Microsoft's SkyDrive passes 250m users, adding 50m since the launch of Windows 8 seven months ago

thenextweb.com
Microsoft on Monday announced a big milestone for its cloud storage service SkyDrive: more than 250 million users. The company noted that it has added some 50 million accounts since it launched Windows 8 less than seven months ago. More to follow....
Microsoft's SkyDrive passes 250m users, adding 50m since the launch of Windows 8 seven months ago

Microsoft says over 250M people are now using SkyDrive

venturebeat.com
Sept. 9 - 10, 2013San Francisco, CAEarly Bird Tickets on Sale Google Drive and Dropbox competitor SkyDrive now has more than 250 million users, Microsoft said today in a blog post. One thing that gave SkyDrive a boost was the launch of Windows 8, which includes SkyDrive integration. Microsoft writes:...
Microsoft says over 250M people are now using SkyDrive

Outlook Running All Hotmail Accounts Now, Says Microsoft

www.fastcompany.com
Alas poor Hotmail, we knew it well. Earlier this year Microsoft announced that it was pensioning off the backend of Hotmail and replacing it with its Outlook mail system. Well, it's now done, says Redmond. All 300 million-plus Hotmail accounts have now been switcheroo-ed with the newer, fancier system,...
Outlook Running All Hotmail Accounts Now, Says Microsoft

Microsoft: 400M Outlook users after Hotmail migration, 125M on mobile

www.geekwire.com
Microsoft today announced that the migration from Hotmail to the new Outlook.com is officially complete and that there are now more than 400 million active Outlook accounts. The Redmond software giant also said that 125 million that are accessing email, calendar and contacts on a mobile device using Exchange ActiveSync. Back in...
Microsoft: 400M Outlook users after Hotmail migration, 125M on mobile
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Microsoft finishes migrating Hotmail users to Outlook.com, adds direct SkyDrive sharing

www.engadget.com
When Microsoft took Outlook.com public, it also took on the rather daunting task of moving 300 million-plus Hotmail accounts over to the more modern infrastructure without drawing our wrath. However you feel about the new interface, that transition is at last complete: Outlook.com is now the sole front end...
Microsoft finishes migrating Hotmail users to Outlook.com, adds direct SkyDrive sharing

Outlook.com: 400 million active accounts, Hotmail upgrade complete and more features on the way

blogs.office.com
We're excited to announce that we've completed upgrading all Hotmail customers to Outlook.com. Coupled with the growing organic excitement for Outlook.com, this has pushed us to over 400 million active Outlook.com accounts, including 125 million that are accessing email, calendar and contacts on a mobile device using Exchange ActiveSync.  We're...
Outlook.com: 400 million active accounts, Hotmail upgrade complete and more features on the way
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