Dropbox aims to replace the hard drive altogether
SAN FRANCISCO — Aiming to replace the hard drive altogether, Dropbox is making moves to expand operating as just a simple cloud storage app to a fully-fledged platform of services.
Introduced at the cloud storage provider’s first developer conference on Tuesday morning, the Dropbox Platform was touted by the company’s CEO and founder Drew Houston as “a new foundation to solve the problems of sync so you don’t have to.”
He outlined this includes keeping structured data in sync, working offline, handling conflicts, and working across operating systems.
“Sync is the new save. We’re never…
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