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Users of Microsoft’s OneDrive have begun receiving notifications that their storage allotments have already, or will soon be, reduced to 5GB.
The emails to OneDrive account holders were the first step in a process that Microsoft announced last year as part of a broader reduction in cloud-based storage allowances. 286 more words
Data loss prevention is a strategy for making sure that end users do not send sensitive or critical information outside the corporate network. The term is also used to describe software products that help a network administrator control what data end users can transfer. 447 more words
In my last blog post I wrote about using Dropbox as a scanner. Today I am going to highlight another new feature of Dropbox, the ability to create a new Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint document on your iPhone to save into Dropbox. 128 more words
I’ve been using Dropbox for quite a while now. Dropbox is cloud storage for your documents, photos, videos. You can save the files on your computer using the Dropbox desktop app and they will sync to your Dropbox cloud so you can access them from anywhere. 399 more words
A couple years ago I wrote about how I thought attitudes concerning storing critical enterprise data in “The Cloud” would have evolved five years hence. Bottom line: The prediction was that by 2019, best practices will require that information of any criticality, confidentiality, or sensitivity be stored in The Cloud, because that will be far and away the most safe and manageable place for it. 462 more words