What is Watchdox? Most of us are familiar with Dropbox. For those who aren’t, Dropbox allows users to store files in the cloud, making them accessible across different devices. Dropbox is perfect for individuals, but large organizations are looking for an added layer of security. This is where Watchdox comes in. With Watchdox, enterprises can track and control who is sharing, or viewing, or even printing a file. A file’s creator can set a time limit on the file’s access, and can wipe the file from other devices, even after it’s left the network. If a hacker tries to steal the file, he’ll only see a bunch of encrypted characters. For this reason, Watchdox is very popular with governments, and also with Hollywood studios, who don’t want to see their scripts leaked.
The new Vivaldi browser Hits 500.000 downloads in just 10 Days!
As mentioned on Reuters..
Launched on Jan. 27 for desktop computers, Vivaldi targets users who conduct a large number of searches, offering features like speed dials, personalized notes and bookmarks with small screen shots.
“It’s a very high number, especially if you consider that it’s still a technical preview,” founder and Chief Executive Jon von Tetzchner said.
When launching the browser, von Tetzchner, who owns 90 percent of the company, said it only needed “a few million users” to become profitable in a market dominated by household names like Google’s Chrome, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla Corp’s Firefox, Apple’s Safari and Opera Software.
So far Vivaldi has been made available for desktop computers on Windows, Mac and Linux, with a mobile and tablet version in the pipeline.
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