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M-Files Raises $7.8M Series A For Its Metadata-Powered Enterprise Content Management Solution

LogMeIn's Dropbox Competitor Cubby Now Open To All

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Cubby, LogMeIn’s answer to Dropbox, is launching out of private beta today and is now available to all users. The service is a late arrival to the crowded online storage space, dominated not only by startups like Dropbox, Box and Bitcasa, but also major players like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon....
LogMeIn's Dropbox Competitor Cubby Now Open To All

Joe Dawson: Is Gmail Giving Up on Tagging?

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Snapchat Flaw Lets Some Users Save Video Clips

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Snapchat, a controversial app for sharing photos and now videos, has a problem: A developer has already found a flaw in its Android app which lets users save videos. Just like photos shared on Snapchat, videos are supposed to self-destruct after the receiver views them.  But that's not exactly the case with...
Snapchat Flaw Lets Some Users Save Video Clips

Bitcasa Brings Its Infinite Cloud Storage To Android And Windows RT, iOS And Mac Coming Next Month

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TechCrunch Disrupt alumni Bitcasa, the startup that promises to bring infinite storage to its users for just $10 per month, just announced that it is launching its first batch of mobile apps today. The company is launching its Android and Windows 8/RT apps in the Google Play and Windows Store...
Bitcasa Brings Its Infinite Cloud Storage To Android And Windows RT, iOS And Mac Coming Next Month
RapidShare unveils Dropbox competitor RapidDrive

Spanning Backup's data protection system for Google Apps gets more features to put you back in control

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There’s a lot of data that is processed and shared through Google Apps and with millions of businesses worldwide using it to conduct their affairs, there’s quite a bit of risk in letting that information sit there unprotected. But while you might think that because it’s in the cloud and...
Spanning Backup's data protection system for Google Apps gets more features to put you back in control

3 Ways SugarSync Beats Google Drive

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SugarSync offers more flexible syncing, is better for people with multiple devices and it lets you keep your existing folder structure....
3 Ways SugarSync Beats Google Drive

Review: Mobiledit offers easy phone management

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Think your PC and your cell phone don't mix? Think again. Mobiledit, a $25 Windows application (free demo), bridges the gap between the two devices, allowing you to manage your phone and its contents from the big screen of your desktop. Mobiledit lets manage almost any kind of cell...
Review: Mobiledit offers easy phone management

Mega Manager for Android is the first mobile app for Kim Dotcom's site, lets you browse and download files

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Well, that didn’t take long. Kim Dotcom’s Mega launched on January 19; just over two weeks later and the first third-party mobile app has already arrived on the scene. Mega Manager is available for Android version 3.0 and higher, though support for version 2.3 is planned. You can download it...
Mega Manager for Android is the first mobile app for Kim Dotcom's site, lets you browse and download files

Review: SmartDeblur restores blurred images, indulges CSI fantasies

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Cellphone cameras make amateur photographers out of all of us. We can relate to making blurred photos, which we normally then delete and forget about. But sometimes those blurry photos contain important information that we must retrieve. In these instances, it might be worth firing up the free SmartDeblur...
Review: SmartDeblur restores blurred images, indulges CSI fantasies

Review: Photoshop Elements 11 updates interface, editing tools

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Adobe has released Photoshop Elements 11, a new version of its consumer-level photo organizer and editor. In an effort to deliver the power of professional products in a friendly way, Adobe made big changes to the interface. Targeted to hobbyists and enthusiasts--not those who edit photos daily in their...
Review: Photoshop Elements 11 updates interface, editing tools

Embrace the cloud computing revolution - with caution

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Google's Chromebook Pixel is the latest device pushing cloud data storage, but I'm not convinced it's safe enoughGoogle recently launched its high-end Chromebook Pixel, and like previous Chromebooks this notebook computer makes a distinctly 21st Century assumption: that users' data, work and play belong mostly online, not on their own...
Embrace the cloud computing revolution - with caution

Accidents happen: backing up your business in the cloud

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You’ve moved your business to the cloud and all is going well. Then it happens. The disgruntled employee who just quit wiped out all of his docs, contacts and email before heading for the door. Now what? Your provider has a recovery plan for its disasters, but not for yours....
Accidents happen: backing up your business in the cloud

Doo.net Launches Its Intelligent Tagging App To Organise The World's Documents

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We’ve been waiting since Doo closed its significant first funding round of $6.8 million at the end of 2011 for it big play to attack the world of collaboration and documents to apear. Big plays like this can take time, but after quite a long two year beta (oh yes)...
Doo.net Launches Its Intelligent Tagging App To Organise The World's Documents
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