Cloud storage vendor Dropbox is hoping to expand its paid user base with new security and privacy features for shared data, as well as lower storage costs. What does it take to win the cloud storage wars? More storage at lower costs may be part of the answer, but so are powerful, user-friendly security and privacy features.
What does it take to win the cloud storage wars? More storage at lower costs may be part of the answer, but so are powerful, user-friendly security and privacy features. That, at least, is what Dropbox is betting in the wake of a revamping of its premium cloud storage plan.
Dropbox has maintained its position as one of the major players in cloud storage space by offering tons of features like automatic photo sharing and storage and some excellent cross-platform apps. Today, they announced a new API for third-party developers called Sync that lets apps take advantage of Dropbox’s reliable storage features, mainly for syncing application data for users.
Open-Xchange, a provider of business-class open source collaboration software, and Scality, the developer of object storage software, announced today that they have partnered to provide large web hosters, ISPs and telcos with massively-scalable e-mail and cloud storage.
AT&T wants to break into the cloud storage business with their new AT&T Locker service, a cloud-based file storage that’s marketed as an easy way to share your personal files. The service is available only to AT&T customers and offers features and pricing fairly similar to Dropbox and Google Drive.
Hello,I am using Otixo to link all my cloud services to one webdav server which I can mount in my file manager.However, I would also like to sync the webdav server with a local folder similar to what the Dropbox client allows me to do.
The company that I work for produces a cloud-hosted software service. We sell licenses to our service on a monthly/yearly contract that is negotiated based on the customer's needs. We have a variety of features that can be enabled for a higher fee.