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What’s in store for cloud services in 2019? Special

Cloud computing and related services have seen considerable expansion during 2019. For 2019, Platform as a Service options are likely to dominate, according to expert Krishnan Ramanujam. He offers his 2019 outlook.

Box hooks into Google's cloud to improve image search

Cloud storage provider Box has announced it has partnered with Google to bring the search giant's computer vision tech to its platform. The decision to link Box to Google's cloud will let users search through photos even if they're not explicitly tagged.

Gmail doubles email attachment limit to let you send bigger files

Google has announced it is doubling the maximum size of Gmail attachments, letting you send larger files. However, it uses Google Drive as an intermediary. The new cap is larger than that offered by Gmail's primary rivals, Outlook and Yahoo.

Dropbox Smart Sync lets you access cloud files from your desktop

Dropbox has announced a new feature that lets you access all your cloud files from your desktop, even if they're not synced to your computer. Smart Sync is similar to Microsoft's abandoned OneDrive placeholders, making cloud storage easier to use.

Dropbox admits hacker stole details of 70 million users

It has been revealed that a hack of cloud storage provider Dropbox reported in 2012 actually affected nearly 70 million users. The hackers responsible for the theft have now dumped the data onto the Internet, revealing the true scale of the attack.

New cryptocurrency-based cloud storage tries to beat Dropbox

Siacoin, Nebulous Labs's upcoming cryptocurrency-based data storage platform aims at beating the current industry giants such as Dropbox and Amazon S3 with its innovative technology.

Dropbox to withdraw app from Windows XP

Popular cloud storage provider Dropbox has announced it will discontinue support for Microsoft's aging Windows XP this summer. Users will not be able to login to their accounts to access their files and will be automatically signed out in a few months.

Op-Ed: 3 reasons your small business needs to adopt the cloud now

If your small business relies strictly on hardware and physical servers to store your critical data, you're one small incident away from business disaster.

Review: Cloud Warriors is a trivia game played on a Twitter wall Special

Toronto - Everyone has heard of cloud computing, but for the first time ever, an event promoter in Mississauga, Ont. has created cloud competing. Cloud Warriors is a cool new trivia game played by using smartphones to tweet answers to a Twitter Wall.

U.S. government to store top-secret documents in the cloud

A newly released document from the Department of Defense reveals that the government agency has come up with two inventive ways to store classified government information online using cloud computing.

Op-Ed: Demystifying the cloud

Have you been searching, eyes cast up at the heavens, wondering where all of these files you supposedly saved to the “cloud” might be? If this is you, you are not alone, but you may already know more about the “cloud” than you think.

Cloud computing wave takes over Wall Street firms

New York - It seems even Wall Street is heading to the Cloud. No longer are individuals, small businesses and organizations using cloud storage, but various Wall Street firms are adopting cloud computing practices as well.

OpenDrive getting piece of $1.3 billion cloud storage market

Palo Alto - If there was one growing trend that came to fruition in 2012, it was that hard drives are starting to become become obsolete.

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Dropbox on an iPhone.
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Cloud storage is beginning to replace filing cabinets with many  business people.
Cloud storage is beginning to replace filing cabinets with many business people.

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