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Porn Virus Blackmails Victims Over "Copyright Violation"

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FishRep writes with this excerpt from the BBC: "A new type of malware infects PCs using file-share sites and publishes the user's net history on a public website before demanding a fee for its removal. The Japanese trojan virus installs itself on computers using a popular file-share service called Winni,...
Porn Virus Blackmails Victims Over "Copyright Violation"

Porn Virus Blackmails Victims Over "Copyright Violation"

yro.slashdot.org
FishRep writes with this excerpt from the BBC: "A new type of malware infects PCs using file-share sites and publishes the user's net history on a public website before demanding a fee for its removal. The Japanese trojan virus installs itself on computers using a popular file-share service called Winni,...
Porn Virus Blackmails Victims Over "Copyright Violation"
Dropbox gets more IT friendly with better controls

Dropbox Reveals A Future Where More 'Content' Is Shared, Less Files

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Dropbox plans to add features that will turn it from a personal file share/locker business into a broader content-delivery one. Dropbox is amazingly popular as a cloud-based file locker, or for small scale sharing of files between individual users--but the company just revealed some new features that begin to...
Dropbox Reveals A Future Where More 'Content' Is Shared, Less Files

A step back in time with Windows 8's File History

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Backing up your data is an important task that most of us neglect to do. Windows has included backup software of some kind for a long time now, but few people actually use it, because they forget, or don't understand it, or don't know it's there, or simply can't be...
A step back in time with Windows 8's File History

Hotfile file-share site targeted

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Five US film studios call on the US courts to force Hotfile's digital locker service offline following similar action against Megaupload....
Hotfile file-share site targeted

Who will be the ‘Dropbox of the enterprise?’ The race is on

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It seems like every cloud storage company really, really, really  wants to be the Dropbox of the enterprise when it grows up. It’s easy to see why. Dropbox, which now claims 50 million users, is the sweetheart of the cloud storage,  file sharing, and synchronization world. People laud it for...
Who will be the ‘Dropbox of the enterprise?’ The race is on

This week in cloud: Open Compute gets OK for government work

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Open Compute servers for government work? It just got a little bit closer  to reality when Hyve Solutions qualified as a government-approved vendor under the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule. Two years ago, Facebook launched the Open Compute Project  to open-source the design of energy-efficient data center hardware. Facebook’s  Prineville, Ore....
This week in cloud: Open Compute gets OK for government work

First 'Three Strikes' Case In NZ Dropped After It Becomes Clear Accused Didn't File Share

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One of our biggest problems with the various "three strikes" or similar programs is the fact that they're all based entirely on accusations not convictions. You would think, in this day and age of bogus copyright claims, that people would realize why that might be a problem. Down in New...
First 'Three Strikes' Case In NZ Dropped After It Becomes Clear Accused Didn't File Share

Yammer Buys OneDrum To Add Collaborative Microsoft Office Editing To Enterprise Social Networking Platform

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Flush with $85 million in new funding, Yammer is spending some of its newly minted cash today with the acquisition of OneDrum, a Scotland-based startup that allows you to co-author, file share and interact with Microsoft Office documents in real-time. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but Yammer...
Yammer Buys OneDrum To Add Collaborative Microsoft Office Editing To Enterprise Social Networking Platform

Dropify: Embed any file on Facebook for friends and fans to download directly

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If you’re a musician, designer or anyone who regularly offers free downloads, here’s one app you may find useful to promote your wares on Facebook. Dropify comes courtesy of Germany-based Hike Social Apps, and integrates with Facebook to “make file downloads more social”, as it puts it. “Dropify changes the game...
Dropify: Embed any file on Facebook for friends and fans to download directly

Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

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Note to CIOs: If you don’t think your workers are using Dropbox to store and share business documents, you’ve got another think coming. One out of five of 1,300 business users surveyed said they use the consumer file-sync-and-share system with work documents, according to new research by Nasuni, an enterprise...
Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work
Egnyte spruces up enterprise file sharing as market heats up

New share-and-sync file services stoke feature-vs-product debate

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There seems to be a new cloud-based file sharing and sync service every week. And that doesn’t count the number of existing companies that are adding those services to their existing products. That proliferation has led to a debate about whether these services constitute a true disruption to the software...
New share-and-sync file services stoke feature-vs-product debate
Box seeks new allies in cloud storage wars with integration framework

Dropbox for iOS update adds a PDF viewer and file share notifications

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Earlier today, Dropbox rolled out version 2.1 of its iOS app with a trio of enhancements in tow. The update, which requires iOS 5.0 or higher introduces a built-in PDF viewer, file sorting by date modified, and push notifications for when someone shares a folder with you (which were...
Dropbox for iOS update adds a PDF viewer and file share notifications

Dropbox adds single sign-on support to woo more business users

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Business workers hate, hate, hate having to sign onto multiple services — cloud-based or on premises — with different passwords and credentials. That’s why Dropbox is bolstering its business version with single sign-on or SSO capabilities. First, it’s supporting the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) which means if your IT...
Dropbox adds single sign-on support to woo more business users

Cloud storage wars rage on with OwnCloud's new release

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The battle for corporate cloud storage continues. OwnCloud, which positions itself as a business-focused, open-source  alternative to Box and other file-sync-store-and share services, released its community edition Thursday and updated its commercial version with faster sync speeds and more finely tuned file access controls. The news comes just days after...
Cloud storage wars rage on with OwnCloud's new release

Box woos the enterprise with more security features, partnerships

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In what will no doubt be just one in a series of security-related news blasts coming out of the RSA Conference this week, Box is unveiling a new set of features for its business-class cloud storage and file-share offering on Monday. One example of the new Box security features is...
Box woos the enterprise with more security features, partnerships
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