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Monday, May 27th, 2019

Storage as a service

Huawei sees switch to flash as right time to rethink whole storage infrastructure

IBM, Box to provide enterprises with option to store data regionally in Europe and Asia

Huawei Technologies is ready to enter the storage-as-a-service market


Barracuda Helps Jupiter Capital Restore Storage Efficiency

A case study on how Barracuda helped investment firm Jupiter Capital comply with financial regulations.

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Dropbox for Business security explained: is it enterprise ready?


In less than a decade, Dropbox has made the journey from being just the best known brand of a wave of cloud consumer file storage firms to a plausible enterprise business service. It's still rare for startups to race so dramatically from pure consumer to high end without losing something in the process but today the firm remains a curious mixture of both often very different sectors under one banner.

Box, Dropbox users can now edit Office documents together in real time


Box documents are now coming to Office for iOS, too


Microsoft will let you keep your free 15GB of OneDrive storage, if you claim it


The offer will try to sign you up for spam emails, however.


Get ready to meet Kudu, a new, open-source storage engine from Cloudera


Kudu is due at the end of this month, one report suggests


Dropbox now secured using cheap U2F tokens


File storage platform adds enterprise-friendly security feature  

How to integrate Dropbox, OneDrive, and other cloud storage on your Chromebook

The Chrome file system now functions more like a PC with access to your favorite cloud services. Here's how to add the ones you want.  

Google lures businesses to Nearline with 100 PB of free cloud storage


An accompanying TCO calculator aims directly at AWS users  

Dropbox and Xero team up to increase productivity for small businesses


The two companies are teaming up to integrate their services for collaboration across Dropbox and Xero, which will include a number of workflow enhancements.