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Dropbox is ensuring that a batch of leaked login credentials don't affect your account security.
Some of what you need the most is there online simply for asking.
'We're keeping the panda as a company-wide reminder of the importance of both our past and future in thoughtful spending -- but it's just one example,' read Dropbox's email.
While you can't create a carbon copy of another business's referral program and expect the same results, you can learn a lot by studying some of their components and strategies.
An apparent leak shows that the online file storage company is building a word processing service to challenge Google's.
CloudOn will become Dropbox's first Israeli office.
With more companies moving information to the cloud, we could be in for hacks in the business-to-business world.
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A member of an anonymous information-sharing website claims to have hacked close to 7 million accounts.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers tendered a $20 million investment in the as-yet-unprofitable ephemeral messaging app last May.
Look out, Airbnb, Dropbox and Uber: there's reportedly a new $10 billion business on the block.
Amid pricing wars between corporate computing leaders Amazon, Microsoft and Google, industry experts predict that cloud storage may soon become entirely free.
The cloud-storage company raised additional financing after publicly filing for an IPO in March.