Media Streaming company Plex has introduced that their Cloud Sync function - that permits you to sync content material from your library to a cloud storage supplier - now helps Google force, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive. "Weve made managing your media in the Cloud more flexible via allowing you to hyperlink a couple of Cloud storage suppliers, so that you could create libraries with content material from any of them," the workforce stated.
Media server software Plex, which helps you organize your own library of movies, TV shows, photos, and music, is now making it easier to access the content you've saved on other cloud storage services with an expansion of its Plex Cloud service. The company has added support for online services Google Drive, Dropbox, and Microsoft's OneDrive - meaning you can stream your content from wherever you already have it saved online.
TopDox is a free application for Windows 10 that gives you easy access to files stored in the cloud, whether you're using DropBox, Google Drive, Box or Microsoft OneDrive. You can get access to all of your files stored on one cloud service for free, with additional services available via a low monthly subscription.
Through granular content protection, audit reporting, and capabilities to restrict access to and sharing of SharePoint Online sites and OneDrive for Business content, DocAve Online will enable MHRA to maintain the same level of protection and control over their cloud-based assets as they expect with on-premises solutions. AvePoint Office Connect: AvePoint Office Connect breaks down data silos and streamlines workflows by allowing users to easily surface Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office, and Windows File Explorer content via SharePoint and Office 365.
Australians are the main target of a new malware campaign involving compromised Microsoft 365 OneDrive for Business accounts, research from Forcepoint Security shows. The security company has identified an attack method involving compromising the personal URLs assigned to each registered employee of the Microsoft cloud storage service, known as MySite, and using the compromised accounts to spread malware.
Cybercriminals are always seeking new ways to convince their victims to load websites or download malicious files, and this time they have turned to Microsoft services to make links look legitimate. Security company Forcepoint has discovered a new wave of attacks involving Microsoft's OneDrive for Business, with cybercriminals hosting malware on Redmond's service and then attaching links into emails sent to victims.
Microsoft has released a fairly minor update for OneDrive on Android. The latest update for the OneDrive app brings some improvements to the Sort feature which now makes it much easier to sort files in the Files view on the app. In addition to this, Microsoft has also added some new visuals to the app to make the app's experience slightly better.
Forcepoint Security Labs has revealed that cybercriminals have been using Microsoft's OneDrive for Business cloud storage locker as a means of hosting and spreading malware. According to the company, cybercriminals have been using Microsoft's cloud services to trick users into downloading malware since August of this year. In order to spread malware, the attackers have used compromised OneDrive accounts and MySite links to target unsuspecting users via links inside emails.
Using the features of Microsoft Flow , it's possible to create a solution that allows Tweets to be quickly created as simple text files in a OneDrive folder and these will then be buffered to be sent every 15 minutes (or whatever schedule you fancy). There are two Flows as part of this solution: Flow 1 to pick up text files from OneDrive, extract the content and write a new message to an Azure Queue.
Users can back up their files and folders directly from BullGuard to their preferred cloud storage provider with a click; they don't need to move their files from their computer to a virtual Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive folder. This includes BullGuard Premium Protection, which alongside award-winning BullGuard Internet Security provides industry-leading identity protection and robust social media safeguards to keep children safe.
A change to Microsoft's main troubleshooting article for OneDrive for Business, KB 3125202 , added a reference to an option in the Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant for Office 365 tool that can be used to scan for files that are too big, file and folder names that have invalid characters, for path names that exceed the length limit, and several other headache-inducing problems.
This update fixes several bugs and brings support for Office 365 Kiosk plans. Office 365 kiosk plans are designed to provide services to improve communication and collaboration for those without a desk or office, such as shift or retail workers, or any worker who uses a shared PC. In this release we have continued to work on bugs and crashes including: Download the app here from App Store and give it a try.