Microsoft’s partnership with Dropbox is bearing fruits. Redmond increased collaboration with Dropbox, its cloud storage competitors in the fall of 2014 and consumers are now the ultimate winners. In the first phase, Office users were provided with access to another cloud service to save their documents to, and now...

Microsoft and Dropbox have a pretty neat alliance going. Both companies, though competing with one another in the online cloud storage market, increased collaboration and cooperation. Fans were in for a pleasant surprise not too long ago when news of the mobile Office apps getting some integrated Dropbox feature was...

Office users on Android have a new update in store for then. Microsoft has integrated Dropbox in its Office for Android suite of mobile apps, which should enhance productivity for users. This new version now supports both OneDrive and Dropbox. Microsoft has increased collaboration, working together with Dropbox to...

The cloud storage war took a turn for the interesting recently after Microsoft officially announced unlimited OneDrive storage for active Office 365 subscribers. This is one way to pull a fast one on competitors. But now Redmond has partners up with Dropbox to offer an even better experience to Office users, no matter...

When a company gets as large as Google more than a handful of compromises have to be made. For example, take how the search engine titan talks about openness and being open about things. But at the same time, it has to be closed about many aspects of its business. Up until the last few years we did not have too many...

These updates never stop coming. Remarkable indeed! Latest is that Windows Azure has just added new support for a number of popular services, namely PhoneGap, Hadoop and Dropbox. Developers can now connect both HTML5 web-client apps, along with Apache Cordova/PhoneGap and Windows Phone 7.5 clients using the Windows...

Like day turns into night, the hype for Surface Pro grows as the release date of Microsoft’s deluxe tablet approaches. While the company is playing its card close to its heart (for now) when it comes to the slate, it still had an eventful week with long-awaited releases of Office 2013 and Windows Phone 7.8. Here is a...

With the official worldwide release of the Office 2013 yesterday, Microsoft has shifted its attention back to software and cloud. In fact, the most recent version of its leading productivity suite is essentially, Office for the Cloud, if nothing else, as it comes attached with 20GB of SkyDrive storage space. And CEO...

The question that comes up is why release something when it is very obviously not ready. Dropbox for Windows 8 was one of the most anticipated apps in the Windows Store, with the company promising smooth performance, effortless efficiency all wrapped up in a slick Modern (or Metro, for those that still want it call it...