The top news stories for Sept. 25, 2014.
Links between cloud networks and mobile devices are increasing, creating more complex device-under-test requirements. To handle these requirements, radio frequency test equipment is needed, says market research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Windows users will be able to use Apple's iCloud as a full cloud storage drive ahead of Mac users, after the company released the iCloud Drive for Windows app.
Mobile file sharing vendor Accellion announced this week the availability of a collection of kiteworks cloud content connectors for Box and Dropbox. The new integration gives IT managers control over content employees are storing in the cloud while allowing users to access content from either side of the firewall.
CIOs looking to hire IT pros this quarter can expect to pay more for certain top in-demand skills, including those involving big data, cybersecurity and cloud computing, a new Dice study finds.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that the size limit for files uploaded to OneDrive is now set to 10GB, and also said that it has substantially sped up the sync speed of its cloud storage service.
While the number of data requests by law enforcement is growing proportionately with its user base, the possibility that users may not be informed could be a concern for businesses.
Apple has revised the prices for its iCloud online storage service, and added iCloud Drive to a beta version of the iCloud website.
The top news stories for Sept. 5, 2014.
Dropbox announced last week that Dropbox Pro users are getting a hefty storage upgrade to one terabyte per account. But is it enough to attract enterprise users?