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Drew Houston will talk about building a startup and digital transformation during COVID at TechCrunch Disrupt

Drew Houston will talk about building a startup and digital transformation during COVID at TechCrunch Disrupt Dropbox CEO Drew Houston will be joining us for a one-on-one interview at this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt happening next week from September 14-18. Houston has been there and done that as a startup founder. After attending […]

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Why Dropbox shares are soaring after it reported earnings

Why Dropbox shares are soaring after it reported earnings Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. This morning we’re digging into Dropbox’s earnings report (Q4 2019), and why its recent financial performance and plans for 2020 are making the […]

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Box introduces Box Shield with increased security controls and threat protection

Box introduces Box Shield with increased security controls and threat protection Box has always had to balance the idea of sharing content broadly while protecting it as it moved through the world, but the more you share, the more likely something can go wrong, such as misconfigured shared links that surfaced earlier […]

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UK law review eyes abusive trends like deepfaked porn and cyber flashing

UK law review eyes abusive trends like deepfaked porn and cyber flashing The UK government has announced the next phase of a review of the law around the making and sharing of non-consensual intimate images, with ministers saying they want to ensure it keeps pace with evolving digital tech trends. The review […]

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Google Drive beta test expands offline support to non-Google files in Chrome

Google Drive beta test expands offline support to non-Google files in Chrome Google Drive’s offline capabilities are getting an upgrade. Currently, you can use Google Chrome to make your Docs, Sheets, and Slides available offline. On Tuesday, the company announced the launch of a beta test that will expand offline capabilities to […]

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UK sets out safety-focused plan to regulate Internet firms

UK sets out safety-focused plan to regulate Internet firms The UK government has laid out proposals to regulate online and social media platforms, setting out the substance of its long-awaited White Paper on online harms today — and kicking off a public consultation. The Online Harms White Paper is a joint proposal […]

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Fifty years of the internet

Fifty years of the internet Leonard Kleinrock Contributor Share on Twitter Leonard Kleinrock is the Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering. When my team of graduate students and I sent the first message over the internet on a warm Los Angeles evening in October, 1969, […]

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The next integration evolution — blockchain

The next integration evolution — blockchain Bilgin Ibryam Contributor Share on Twitter Bilgin Ibryam is a principal architect at Red Hat, committer and member of Apache Software Foundation. He is an open-source evangelist, blogger, occasional speaker and the author of Kubernetes Patterns and Camel Design Patterns. Here is one way to look […]

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WeTransfer is getting weird…

WeTransfer is getting weird… What do you do if you’re a European startup competing against the likes of Box and Dropbox, and are looking to make a splash in international markets like the U.S.? Well, if you’re the Dutch startup WeTransfer (which raised a cool $25 million about three years ago to […]

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