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Dropbox relaunches as an enterprise collaboration workspace

Dropbox is evolving from a file-storage system to an enterprise software portal, where you can coordinate work with your team. Today the company launches a new version of Dropbox that allows you to launch apps with shortcuts for G Suite and more, plus use built-in Slack message-sending and Zoom video calls. It lets you search across all your files on your device and inside your other enterprise tools, and communicate and comment on your team’s work. Dropbox is also becoming a task…

Stop paying monthly fees for iCloud — get a lifetime of cloud storage with this deal

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Real talk: storing your files exclusively on your phone or computer will only make them more susceptible to sudden disappearance.

Whether it’s an accidental drop, theft, or a botched software update, your data can be wiped out faster than Thanos’ snap, and there’s usually no way to recover it. When your files are gone (including your once-in-a-lifetime photos), they’re gone forever.

If you haven’t done so already, do yourself a favor and migrate your files to the cloud. And when we say…

Mailchimp’s Ben Chestnut on bootstrapping a startup to $700M in revenue

The well-known tech startup routine of coming up with an idea, raising money from venture capitalists and other outside investors in increasing rounds as valuations continue to rise, and then eventually going public — or getting acquired — has been around for as long as the myth of Silicon Valley itself. But the evolution of Mailchimp — a notable, bootstrapped outlier out of Atlanta, Ga., that provides email and other marketing services to smaller businesses — tells a very different…

Slack integration with Office 365 one more step toward total enterprise integration

Slack’s goal of integrating enterprise tools in the chat interface has been a major differentiator from the giant companies it’s competing with like Microsoft and Facebook. Last year, it bought Astro, specifically with the goal of integrating enterprise productivity tools inside Slack, and today it announced new integrations with Microsoft OneDrive and Outlook.

Specifically, Slack is integrating calendar, files and calls and bringing in integrations with other services, including Box,…

Twitter launches its first podcast, ‘Character Count,’ focused on its ad business

Twitter today is joining the podcasting arena. This morning, the social network is launching its first-ever podcast series with a new show focused on Twitter’s advertising business, which it’s calling “Character Count.” The company says, for now, it’s testing the waters with five already produced episodes of around 25 to 30 minutes in length. It plans to wait to record more shows after getting the crowd’s reaction to the first few episodes, so it can make adjustments if need…

Twitter launches its first podcast, ‘Character Count,’ focused on its ad business

Twitter today is joining the podcasting arena. This morning, the social network is launching its first-ever podcast series with a new show focused on Twitter’s advertising business, which it’s calling “Character Count.” The company says, for now, it’s testing the waters with five already produced episodes of around 25 to 30 minutes in length. It plans to wait to record more shows after getting the crowd’s reaction to the first few episodes, so it can make adjustments if need…

Shop deals on cloud backup services that will save you major monthly fees in the long run

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A new software update can wipe everything without warning. A bug or a virus can damage all your data in a snap. Your phone or computer can one day just decide to crash, and you lose your essential documents forever. And you never know, you might encounter a thief ready to swipe your gadget away from your hands.

What we’re really trying to say is: it pays to be on the cloud.

Sure, you can easily grab a subscription from services…

Shop deals on cloud backup services that will save you major monthly fees in the long run

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A new software update can wipe everything without warning. A bug or a virus can damage all your data in a snap. Your phone or computer can one day just decide to crash, and you lose your essential documents forever. And you never know, you might encounter a thief ready to swipe your gadget away from your hands.

What we’re really trying to say is: it pays to be on the cloud.

Sure, you can easily grab a subscription from services…

Greylock closes $1 billion fund

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Greylock closes $1 billion fund

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