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August 6, 2013
by sjvn01
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W3C defines local Web storage API

HTML5 has reopened the debate about whether Web applications can compete with native applications. Now, with the latest World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)’s Web Application Working Group Web Storage Recommendation HTML5 developers have another powerful tool for creating Web-based programs. … Continue reading

June 25, 2013
by sjvn01
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Integrate Dropbox into your Windows network with Active Directory

There may be better personal cloud storage services than Dropbox, but few are as popular. Dropbox wants more though. It wants Dropbox to be your first choice for business cloud storage as well. Integrate Dropbox into your Windows network with … Continue reading

June 20, 2013
by sjvn01
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LeaseWeb explains why it deleted Kim Dotcom’s MegaUpload data

When Kim Dotcom went on a rant yesterday about how Netherlands-based Web-hosting company LeaseWeb had deleted petabytes of former MegaUpload “customer’s pictures, backups, personal and business property,” LeaseWeb had nothing to say. Now they do. LeaseWeb explains why it deleted Kim … Continue reading

June 19, 2013
by sjvn01
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Kim Dotcom: Petabytes of MegaUpload users’ data has been destroyed

In late 2011, Kim Dotcom’s Megaupload file-sharing site was one of the top 100 Websites in the world. Then, the FBI, working in concert with New Zealand police, seized the site and all the user files within its servers. Dotcom’s … Continue reading