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Dropbox challenger pCloud just became profitable | TechCrunch
Between Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive and iCloud Drive, consumer cloud storage is a crowded space. And yet, a small company called pCloud has managed to attract more than 9 million users over the past five years. The company recently reached profitability with a team of 32 people.

If you’re familiar with Dropbox, pCloud won’t surprise you. The service lets you back up and sync files across your devices. You get 10GB for free and you can pay for more storage and features.

Unlike Dropbox or OneDrive, pCloud acts more like an external hard drive. When you install the app on your computer, everything stays in the cloud by default. On macOS, the company uses Fuse to create a new virtual hard drive in the Finder.
storage  new-companies 
april 2019 by dancall
Box Skills applies AI and machine learning to growing multimedia content | TechCrunch
Today at the BoxWorks customer conference, that vision took a considerable step forward with the announcement of a new artificial intelligence toolkit called Box Skills.
The tools are aimed at multimedia — video, audio and photos — and enable customers to mix and match AI and machine learning tools from IBM, Microsoft and Google. Earlier this year, Box announced a photo tagging tool using Google Cloud Vision API. This set of tools takes this original idea much further and begins the process of building artificial intelligence into the foundation of Box content management.
ai  storage  technology 
october 2017 by dancall
Over 250M people using SkyDrive
It’s been a very busy year for SkyDrive and we’d like to thank all of you for helping us improve the service through your feedback, tweets, Facebook posts, and comments. The service continues to grow: since October 2012 when Windows 8 launched, 50 million more people have started using SkyDrive, helping us reach an important milestone – over 250 million people are now using SkyDrive as the new place to save their files.
stats  gym  storage 
may 2013 by dancall

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