This week on Cloud News Review
The biggest news this week! Dropbox has gone public this past Friday with the highest IPO in 2018! its shares jumped during the trading session estimating its market value to 12.67 billion USD. The opening price of 21 USD ended by going up more than 35% to a little over 28 USD.
Microsoft has assured that the data of over 29 million Office 365 users is safe. This quote is coming from the recent data breaches that has been happening with corporate accounts. “This is what Office 365 does — working across platforms and giving customers evergreen capabilities to keep them up-to-date, helping them innovate in a secure and safe atmosphere” says Rajesh Jha, Executive Vice President, Office Product Group.
Google’s G Suite Platform has received a facelift, with the rollout of 20 new updates including phishing prevention, mobile device management, security keys for two-factor authentication, Information Rights Management, and additions to its security center. Google said in a blog post that the way to stopping threats is to have programs easy to use for its users.
Google is also getting into the blockchain business by creating a line of blockchain-related technologies to work with its various online services. According to Digital Trends, the company is currently working to create its own digital ledger that the company could internally use for a variety of purposes, such as helping to secure customers’ personal data.