online storage

  • 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 step… 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. With… 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 PCs… 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