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Microsoft acquires Mover to help with Microsoft 365 cloud migration

Microsoft acquires Mover to help with Microsoft 365 cloud migration Microsoft wants to make it as easy as possible to migrate to Microsoft 365, and today the company announced it had purchased a Canadian startup called Mover to help. The companies did not reveal the acquisition price. Microsoft 365 is the company’s […]

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Clutter acquires The Storage Fox for $152M to add self-storage to its on-demand platform

Clutter acquires The Storage Fox for 2M to add self-storage to its on-demand platform The world of on-demand storage has seen some ups and downs, with some of the biggest hopefuls pivoting into new areas, some as unrelated as cryptocurrency, in the search for better product-market fit. One that found its groove early […]

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Three years after moving off AWS, Dropbox infrastructure continues to evolve

Three years after moving off AWS, Dropbox infrastructure continues to evolve Conventional wisdom would suggest that you close your data centers and move to the cloud, not the other way around, but in 2016 Dropbox undertook the opposite journey. It (mostly) ended its long-time relationship with AWS and built its own data […]

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Flickr will hold off on deleting photos until March 12th

Flickr will hold off on deleting photos until March 12th If you’ve got a Flickr account, hopefully you’re already aware: the free 1 terabyte plan is going away. If you’re on a free Flickr account, the company is only going to let you keep 1,000 photos at a time. Anything past that […]

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Humio raises $9M Series A for its real-time log analysis service

Humio raises M Series A for its real-time log analysis service Humio, a startup that provides a real-time log analysis service for on-premises and cloud infrastructures, today announced that it has raised a $9 million Series A round led by Accel. It previously raised its seed round from WestHill and Trifork. The […]

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They scaled YouTube. Now they’ll shard everyone with PlanetScale

They scaled YouTube. Now they’ll shard everyone with PlanetScale When the former CTOs of YouTube, Facebook, and Dropbox seed fund a database startup, you know there’s something special going on under the hood. Jiten Vaidya and Sugu Sougoumarane saved YouTube from a scalability nightmare by inventing and open sourcing Vitess, a brilliant relational […]

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AWS tries to lure Windows users with Amazon FSx for Windows File Server

AWS tries to lure Windows users with Amazon FSx for Windows File Server Amazon has had storage options for Linux file servers for some time, but it recognizes that a number of companies still use Windows file servers, and they are not content to cede that market to Microsoft. Today the company […]

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Google finally adds consumer customer support with Google One

Google finally adds consumer customer support with Google One You may recall my tale of woe from last year when I recounted how I was locked out of my Google account for a month. It was a tough time, made all the more frustrating because there wasn’t any customer support to contact. […]

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Dropbox overhauls internal search to improve speed and accuracy

Dropbox overhauls internal search to improve speed and accuracy Over the last several months,Dropbox has been undertaking an overhaul of its internal search engine for the first time since 2015. Today, the company announced that the new version, dubbed Nautilus, is ready for the world. The new search tool takes advantage of […]

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Wasabi just landed $68 million to upend cloud storage

Wasabi just landed million to upend cloud storage Chances are you see a story about cloud storage, and you yawn and move on, but Wasabi, a startup from the folks who brought you Carbonite backup, might make you pause. That’s because they claim to have found a cheaper, faster way to store […]

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