Optus has launched an in-the-cloud file backup service for its mobile and fixed line broadband customers, developed in partnership with F-Secure.
Like many others outside the United States I patiently lined up to buy my very own Apple iPad on Friday 28th May. It certainly is a beautiful device. Yet, it falls short of being an exemplary business device.
Internet file sharing and synchronisation service Dropbox has launched versions of its client application for Android, iPad and BlackBerry as part of Dropbox Anywhere - a new set of mobile apps and APIs.
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