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.

Google Speeds Up Its Online Spreadsheets

The formerly poky Web app is supposed to be much faster and able to handle many more cells and formulas.

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.

Google CIO Ben Fried on How Google Works

It’s the CIO’s paradox of balancing control and empowerment, the old approach and the new: Fried says no to Dropbox, maybe to Windows, yes to BYOD — but only if it’s a phone or tablet.

Long Known for Storing and Sharing, Box Aims to Be More About Doing

Do things with the stuff you store.

Salesforce Branches Out Into Enterprise File-Sharing

Chatterbox has a new name.

Quip Is Great for Collaborating, but Still a Word-Processing Work in Progress

Quip is a new cloud-based word-processing app for the mobile age. Can it replace more mature products?

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston: We’d Love to Integrate With Google Docs

Houston was enthusiastic about direct integration with Google Docs. “That’s something we would love to do,” he said.

In New Challenge to Dropbox and Box, YouSendIt Morphs Into Hightail

Cloud since before the cloud was a thing.

Google Resurrects Google Buzz Public Posts

Google has come up with a new dead-product archiving scheme for a product that’s already dead.

A Laptop for Light Work

Google Drive Arrives (Comic)