Find out how you can uninstall the Google Drive app from your Mac, as well as how to completely remove its related files.
One of the promises of blockchain is that it will enable Web3. While it may not be here yet, there are decentralized services you can use today.
On Wednesday Backblaze announced a partnership with Vultr. It offers an alternative to Amazon S3 and EC2 for developers.
Backblaze has released statistics for Q2 2021 regarding its hard drives and data centers on Tuesday. Here are some interesting numbers.
Backblaze will now support storage for pooled Chia cryptocurrency plots in addition to the full plot storage it recently offered.
Cryptee announced version 3.1 to the document editor for its encrypted cloud platform. The UI has been redesigned for mobile users.
Encrypted storage provider Crypt.ee is back with updates like remembering encryption keys, quick access to recent documents, and line spacing in documents.
We’re slowly getting ready to release our paper-mode for Cryptee Docs. It will allow you to work print-accurately on popular paper sizes like A4 / U.S. Letter etc, much like your favorite rich text editors like Microsoft Word™. But we thought perhaps we can release some of these paper-specific features ahead of time.
On Tuesday Backblaze announced the spring release for its B2 Cloud Storage platform. The company enhanced its ransomware and security protections and more.
Hot on the heels of its big 3.0 update, the next announcement for Cryptee is support for DOCX uploading and editing. You can also export documents as DOCX, making Cryptee a viable cloud-based private alternative to Microsoft Word and Google Docs. However, there is an extra security bonus to Cryptee:
A little known fact about docx files is that, due to the fact that they support macros, and other ways to execute code in them, they are commonly used by malicious third parties to distribute and spread malware viruses. Cryptee does not run / execute macros while opening docx files, allowing you to open / edit / save DOCX files safely, without having to worry about your computer getting infected.