Dropbox announces Quick Preview and new tools to help users share photos

Dropbox announces Quick Preview and new tools to help users share photos

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New Today at its headquarters in San Francisco headquarters, Dropbox announced that it is rolling out a new preview feature, called Dropbox Quick Preview, that will help users scan files quickly, and select the one that they need. Not all file types will be supported, but a goodly number are: .doc,...
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Steve Ballmer Thinks Dropbox's 100M. Users Are Just So Cute

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LOL, 100 million users. (Photo: Wikimedia) While everyone’s busy at the BlackBerry presser (Alicia Keys? Really?), Microsoft also has a big release today: Office 2013. In honor of the occasion, CEO Steve Ballmer sat down with Bloomberg Businessweek for a brief Q&A. Inquiring minds want to know: How’s the old workhouse supposed...
Steve Ballmer Thinks Dropbox's 100M. Users Are Just So Cute

WebEx co-founder launches Moxtra app to organize your multimedia, foster collaboration

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Moxtra, the new organizational app from the team behind WebEx, wants to classify your media and help you collaborate better.  What’s most interesting is how well the iPhone/iPad app plays well with other software. The free app allows you to add virtually any type of multimedia, including documents, photos, web...
WebEx co-founder launches Moxtra app to organize your multimedia, foster collaboration

Microsoft's Ballmer disses Dropbox as a 'little startup'

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With Office 2013 able to save files directly to SkyDrive, Microsoft's CEO dismisses his cloud-based-rival in an interview with BusinessWeek. [Read more]...
Microsoft's Ballmer disses Dropbox as a 'little startup'

Dropbox is 'a fine little startup' and other gems from Steve Ballmer

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Steve Ballmer has made a habit of publicly downplaying competitors right before they eat Microsoft’s lunch. His comments about the iPhone in 2007 will be cited in business school case studies for years to come. Did he just do it again with Dropbox? The Microsoft CEO was speaking to Bloomberg...
Dropbox is 'a fine little startup' and other gems from Steve Ballmer

Today in Tech: How Netflix will become the next HBO

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Also: Microsoft's Steve Ballmer doesn't fear Dropbox; Zynga loses chief game designer.  And the award for the next HBO goes to... [GQ] He hopes to make at least five new shows a year, he says, leaning back on a sofa in his Beverly Hills office in an anonymous-looking suite. His...
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Microsoft's Ballmer Does Not Fear Dropbox or an Office-less IPad

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As the company rolls out Office 2013, its CEO talks about his vision for the future of workers...
Microsoft's Ballmer Does Not Fear Dropbox or an Office-less IPad

WatchDox nabs $12m from Millennium and others to help sell secure document-sharing to enterprises

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Back in December we reported that Israeli startup WatchDox had acquired virtualization technology and mobile app firm InstallFree. Well, now the Dropbox-for-enterprise has nabbed a rather chunky $12m in funding, to help take its “leak-free”, document-sharing and collaboration platform to the masses. Just to recap, WatchDox helps organizations access, protect...
WatchDox nabs $12m from Millennium and others to help sell secure document-sharing to enterprises
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