Yesterday, Cloudfind got featured on BetaList. And it all went great! Here’s what we’ve heard back from people: “I have Google Drive, Dropbox, Box and thousands of files that I can never find. Cloudfind looks like it could be the answer to my problem. I can’t wait to check it out!” (P.S. Thanks for letting us know, Rachel!) “I’ve got
April 26th saw Dropbox host its first European customer event, Dropbox Open, in London. And to the several hundreds of attendees, there was plenty to be open about. Especially in relation to the future of work. Headline stats were impressive: Dropbox now cites 500m registered users, worldwide. Interestingly, 74% of those are non-US, while almost 40% are in EMEA. There
There was a noticeable difference between last year’s Cloud World Forum and this year’s: far fewer speakers evangelizing about cloud, and far more taking it as a given in their strategies. Take, for example, IBM’s “God of Cloud” (not his own words!), Robert leBlanc, who referred to one company who make updates to their cloud-based software 77 times a day.
Cloudfind has been shortlisted for a second year in a row by the Cloud World Forum, in association with Computer Weekly. In 2014, Cloudfind was shortlisted in the “Enterprise Software Innovation” category. For 2015, Cloudfind has again been shortlisted, this time alongside TIBCO Spotfire Cloud and NetSuite Oneworld for “Best Cloud Application”. We’re excited to be acknowledged two years running as a cloud innovator.
Automatic file tagging transforms how users find and share relevant information BATH, UK – 19 February, 2015 – UK technology start-up Cloudfind today announced the release of an integration with Box that gives enterprises a powerful new way to collaborate. By automatically classifying files according to business topic, Cloudfind gives Box users a simple, intuitive new way to locate and
Amazon Zocalo rivals Dropbox, Box, Huddle, Microsoft… Another week, another new entrant to cloud-based storage-as-a-service, maybe the biggest name so far: Amazon. The launch of its Zocalo offering for secure, enterprise-grade cloud storage and collaboration seems a logical enough step, something that Amazon claims its customers wanted it to provide. By positioning with AWS, and stressing security, Amazon Zocalo is clearly directly targeting the
Live demo shows how enterprises can find, share and organize cloud information more effectively using automated file tagging. BATH, UK – 20 May, 2014 – UK tech startup Cloudfind today announced its participation as a Gold Sponsor of the Salesforce1 World Tour event in London’s ExCeL Centre, May 22nd, 2014. Cloudfind will demonstrate how its new app helps enterprises improve collaboration
It’s official: on-cloud is the new Plan A! So says Microsoft at its 2014 SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas recently, as reported by UK blogger and analyst Simon Bisson. But what does the news imply for enterprises outside the Sharepoint community? For example, Salesforce customers? Microsoft has confirmed that the clock is ticking for on-premise SharePoint, as the focus for
We’re announcing some very exciting news today! Cloudfind has just closed another round of equity funding to support our plans to transform how companies find, share and organize their information. This latest equity investment takes Cloudfind’s funding to date to over £700k ($1m). Over the last 6 months we’ve become even more convinced of the timeliness of our technology, and
Apple’s latest OS X release, Mavericks, reveals a significant shift in thinking about how people organize and find information. A barely-used feature of the Apple OS for 10 years, “Labels”, has now been revamped, extended to iCloud and repositioned centre-stage as “Tags”. The basic idea is that folders and documents can now be given one or more “tags” indicating –