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Inside Dropbox’s Reverse-Engineered Company Culture

Both Dropbox’s product and its company culture seem to be about thinking something through and intuiting what it’s capable of.

Malware Attacks by Syrian Pro-Government Hackers Are on the Rise

The Syrian Electronic Army isn’t the only pro-Assad group using hacking attacks.
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As AllThingsD Draws to a Close, Here Are Some Staff Highlights — Part One: Kafka, Hesseldahl, Gannes

How can you miss us if we won’t go away?
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The NeatConnect Scanner Is a Cloud-Connected Guilty Pleasure

A hassle-free scanner that’s easy to set up and does most of what it promises to do. But there’s a catch: It costs $500.
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Egnyte Raises Almost $30 Million for International Expansion Plan

More money for cloud storage and collaboration.
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Simulmedia’s Investors Bet $25 Million More on Smart TV Ads (Video)

Web video ads are interesting, but TV ads are huge. Guess which market Dave Morgan is interested in?
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Fresh Off Rebranding Effort, Hightail Lands $34 Million in New Funding

New mission. New name. New money.
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Dropbox Seeks Funding Round at $8 Billion Valuation

Online-storage service Dropbox Inc. is raising a funding round that could value it at more than $8 billion, according to people familiar with the situation, though new figures reveal its revenue growth is decelerating.

Dropbox Goes Business Class With New Enterprise Tools

Two Dropboxes in one are better than two Dropboxes.
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With 120M Users, Google Drive Gets Tighter Integration With Gmail

“We’re trying to unify the file experience across Google and then beyond,” said Scott Johnston.
A sketch for the design of the new Google Drive integration in Gmail

Google CIO Ben Fried on How Google Works