Olam has implemented SAP solutions in three countries and implementation is in progress in seven others.
It allows photos, videos and documents to be shared.
Attachments.me is a free service that can upload Gmail attachments to Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, or SkyDrive. Just install its browser plug-in (available for Chrome and Firefox), then link it with one or more of the aforementioned cloud services. (You'll need to grant permission, a one-time process.)
The device has a camera that can shoot video and take pictures at the same time.
Dropbox is stepping up security for its cloud-based service by providing the option of requiring two-factor authentication to log in.
The company said it plans to introduce new protections to guard against account compromises.
The features are in the next generation of its WD 2go mobile app.
Sharing files with one or more colleagues can still be a hassle. We look at 10 online services that aim to make it easier.
Dropbox may have years on Google Drive, but it’s a relatively small firm, even though it stores massive amounts of data. Google is an old-timer by Web standards, but new to the storage world, having launched Google Drive after nearly six years of its rumored near-term arrival. Google has docs; Dropbox has moxy.
Corporate policies alone won't address the use of cloud storage services by employees.