Microsoft has announced new co-authoring features for users of Office Mobile and Office Online who store their files with cloud services such as Box, Dropbox and Egnyte.
Ted Woodbery, VP, Product Strategy & Corporate Marketing at Synchronoss looks at the benefits of cloud storage as an affordable, scalable and secure alternative to hardware-based storage solutions.
French telco Iliad has entered the cloud storage market through its Online.net subsidiary, undercutting the standing players in the market.
Security vendor Gemalto and NetApp are to jointly create an integrated, encrypted key management system for securing data for Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers.
Open source distributed database developer Datastax has worked with partner Microsoft to fine tune the delivery of its new cloud based system over the latter’s Azure service.
Storage specialist Tintri has secured $125m in a funding round the company said would go towards accelerating development of its virtualised storage solution.
Cloud storage provider Dropbox is doubling down on the enterprise, hiring experts in traditional small and medium size IT channel and direct sales and product design to help gain traction with businesses.
Box has acquired Verold, a Toronto-based 3D modelling and WebGL specialist, in a bid to bolster its appeal to retail manufacturers, engineering and construction firms.
In its first financial results statement since going public (excluding its SEC filings) cloud storage and collaboration incumbent Box announced fourth quarter 2015 revenues of $62.6m, a 38.8 per cent increase year on year.
Google is adding low-cost backup-centric cloud storage to its portfolio of Google Cloud offerings as it moves to bolster partnerships with NetApp, Veritas among other backup providers.