Competitors not fazed by 'defensive' alliance
Enhancements designed to combat consumer cloud storage services
Amazon Web Services is launching Zocalo, a secure file-sharing service designed for businesses. The new initiative takes aim at services such as Box and Dropbox, as well as opens a new front in the cloud battle with Microsoft and Google.
At issue was the legality of Aereo’s service, which rents dime-sized antenna’s that subscribers use to receive broadcast television programming that Aereo captures and transmits as a streaming Internet service.
Egnyte is hoping to juice partner interest in its sync-and-share platform with a refreshed channel program and a new channel leader to spearhead the effort.
Microsoft is taking its rebranded OneDrive cloud storage and file-synchronization service to the next level by preparing a version for business users.
Dropbox troubles started Friday evening when a routine server upgrade knocked the system out completely for about three hours and introduced lingering problems with the site, its desktop client and its mobile apps.
File sharing service Dropbox is reportedly looking to raise $250 million to fund further expansion, including deeper inroads into the channel and capturing enterprise accounts. Dropbox is fast becoming a problem for backup and cloud storage companies far and wide.
CharTec is teaming up with Dropbox to augment its backup solution and offer the popular file-sharing service through its MSP network. It’s the latest example of how file-sharing is the next big expansion wave for backup vendors.
Salesforce.com this week is taking the wraps off a new enterprise file-sharing system that aims to reduce pain and complexity in cloud data storage by allowing users connect any file from any service with sales, service, marketing and other business processes from any device.
Lenovo aims to capitalize on the x86 server products it acquired from IBM by consolidating product sales under one channel. It sounds good in theory, but Lenovo has more challenges in its server ambitions than its channel structure
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