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Articles for the keywords: Dropbox
18 Apr 2017 How I Hired My Newest Employee Before She Even Started Her Job Search [62582]
Fast Company, April 18th 2017

One hiring manager at Dropbox shares his approach to recruiting so-called 'passive job-seekers'

"It's the end of the year. Everyone on my team is getting ready for holiday travel and planning to spend time with friends and family. But before we hang it up for the year, I've got one more thing left to do: find and hire two business development reps for my team here at Dropbox.

December isn't the hottest season for recruiting and hiring, but in the waning weeks of 2016, I had two open positions on my team and a pretty thick pipeline of candidates, typical of the season. But determined to find my top hire before breaking for the holidays, I reached out to our recruiting team, and they suggested I check out the 'Apply Starters' feature in LinkedIn Jobs, which rolled out late last year. The tool lets hiring managers find candidates who've started applying to their companies' job postings, even if they don't finish. That led me straight to my newest hire, Veronica Velasco.

Here's how..."
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16 Apr 2017 The Best Cloud Storage Services [62285]
TechAdvisor, April 7th 2017

We've rounded up 14 of the best cloud storage services vying for your data, including Google Drive, Dropbox, Mega, Tresorit, pCloud, and OneDrive

Martyn Casserly writes in TechAdvisor, "More than just a tech-friendly buzzword, cloud storage is more and more an integral part of most of our lives, giving us access to our files and data from any device, anywhere in the world.

There's an overwhelming number of companies offering cloud storage though, so how are you meant to pick one? Our buying guide breaks down the top cloud storage services by price, features, storage limits and more, to help you pick the one that's right for you..."
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07 Apr 2017 The Best Cloud Storage Services [62196]
TechAdvisor, April 7th 2017

We've rounded up 14 of the best cloud storage services vying for your data, including Google Drive, Dropbox, Mega, Tresorit, pCloud, and OneDrive

"More than just a tech-friendly buzzword, cloud storage is more and more an integral part of most of our lives, giving us access to our files and data from any device, anywhere in the world.

There's an overwhelming number of companies offering cloud storage though, so how are you meant to pick one? Our buying guide breaks down the top cloud storage services by price, features, storage limits and more, to help you pick the one that's right for you..."
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27 Mar 2017 Cloud Services Are Vulnerable Without End-To-End Encryption [61935]
CloudTweaks, March 27th 2017

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"The growth of cloud services has been one of the most disruptive phenomena of the Internet era. However, even the most popular cloud services (including Yahoo, Gmail, Microsoft Outlook 365, and Dropbox) are vulnerable to attack because their servers operate on unencrypted data.

The move to cloud-based services offers enormous benefits compared with managing these services in-house. The cloud is scalable, cost-effective, easy to manage, and accessible to a wide range of devices anywhere..."
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26 Mar 2017 Ensuring That The Next Big Data Breach Isn't Yours [61667]
Information Management, March 17th, 2017

"Between the Yahoo Breach, the Bangladesh Bank heist, the Panama Papers and Dropbox password leaks, the past year has seen its fair share of major data breaches," notes Krishna Narayanaswamy in Information Management.

"These breaches have brought a harsh reality to light for IT: everybody and anybody is a target. With cloud adoption growing rapidly among enterprises, the possibility of a breach has become top of mind for the C-suite.

According to a recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, almost 90 percent of businesses believe an increase in cloud usage will increase the probability of a data breach. As cyber criminals continue to develop complex methods to infiltrate organizations, corporate leaders need to be able to adapt and adopt more proactive deterrence strategies..."
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