online storage

  • Druva Lands $25M In Series D Funding To Expand Mobile Data Protection Strategy

    Druva Lands $25M In Series D Funding To Expand Mobile Data Protection Strategy

    Druva, a cloud backup, data protection and governance tool, announced $25M in Series D funding today led by Sequoia Capital with Nexus Venture Partners and Tenaya Capital also contributing. The round comes just 10 months after completing their Series C round and brings their total funding to date to $92M. In a crowded online backup field, CEO Jaspreet Singh, says they have differentiated… Read More

  • Dropbox Makes Another Nod Toward Business, But It Might Not Be Enough Yet

    Dropbox Makes Another Nod Toward Business, But It Might Not Be Enough Yet

    Dropbox announced several updates to its Dropbox for Business product today that are designed to make it more attractive to IT pros who will administer the service in the enterprise. That said, not all are convinced that the company has gone far enough perfect its offering to larger businesses. R Ray Wang, founder at Constellation Research says today’s announcements are a good first… Read More

  • Pearltrees Goes Beyond Curation, Adds File Storage

    Pearltrees Goes Beyond Curation, Adds File Storage

    Pearltrees, the Paris-based online curation service, today added the ability to upload and share any kind of file to its servers. The service started out as a tool for organizing bookmarks, but it’s long been clear that the company harbored ambitions that went beyond just being a better bookmarking services. Last year, Pearltrees added the ability to upload photos and save notes. Read More

  • HP offers unlimited online storage with 'Upline'

    HP offers unlimited online storage with 'Upline'

    And Hewlett Packard, ladies and gentlemen, becomes the first company to offer unlimited online stor — oh, really? Okay. And Hewlett Packard joins a long line of competitors offering unlimited online storage with its new Upline service. It costs $5 per month for one user, $7 per month for a family of three, or $9 per month for three business licenses (expandable to 100). It only works on… Read More

  • Store Music Online In Japan, Get Arrested

    Store Music Online In Japan, Get Arrested

    Companies offering online file-storage may want to pull out of the Japanese market real soon. A recent court ruling in Tokyo deemed a company called Image City guilty of copyright infringement. Why? JASRAC, an organization that collects the bucks for public music performances, sued Image City because their online file-storage service MYUTA lets you listen to your music files over your cellphone. Read More