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    Consolidation in the cloud as OpenText buys Hightail and Carbonite grabs Mozy from Dell /Link

     Back in the early 2000s before Dropbox was gleam in Drew Houston’s eye, sharing large files was a huge challenge. Email services limited attachment size because bandwidth and storage were both expensive and FTP required a certain level of technical acumen. YouSendIt tried to resolve that problem by providing a way to share large files in the days before the cloud became a thing. The… Read More




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    Published on 14 Feb 2018 at 06:09PM

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