With a little more than a month until it takes effect, GDPR are four letters that you’ll be hearing a lot in the coming weeks. If you’re still confused and/or concerned by it, you’re not alone. Dell and Dimension research suggests that 80 percent of businesses know little or nothing about GDPR.
So what the heck is it?
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. It is a new set of rules meant to unify data protection laws across the European Union. It applies to any company storing or processing data about European citizens within the EU – even if that company does not have an office or other presence in Europe. Continue reading
One thing I know about breaking news is to not bury the lead. So I’ll go ahead and announce right now that today Onehub officially launched Marshal, a new data loss prevention (DLP) tool aimed at the SMB and mid-market. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Onehub was ranked among the Top 10 Most Popular Document Management Software solutions, according to Capterra, an online resource that matches businesses with software needs.
With more than 450 document management software providers listed on Capterra, breaking into the top 10 is quite an accomplishment, and a testament to the hard work we do here at Onehub. A post on the Capterra blog explains how they determined the rankings: Continue reading
This month, The Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ) confirmed what everyone here already knew — Onehub is one of the best places to work in Washington State!
Close to 300 companies were nominated for the honor, with Onehub being named one of Washington’s “Best Workplaces” with 10 – 49 employees. The award was given at a ceremony on August 11 at Safeco Field in Seattle.
Onehub’s story resonated with the PSBJ, and our workplace culture has fostered a place where employees buck modern trends and stay with us for a long time. Some of the office perks that resulted in our winning a Best Workplace include: Continue reading
We are proud to announce that starting today, two-factor authentication is now available to all Onehub users. We highly recommend you activate it as soon as possible. Here’s what you need to know:
What is Two-Factor Authentication?
Two-factor (2FA) authentication is a security feature that helps ensure that only the correct people are signing in to Onehub and accessing your data. When 2FA is enabled, you will be required to enter a special code delivered to a verified device before you can sign in. Continue reading
Apple held an event yesterday and announced a smaller iPhone and a smaller iPad Pro, among other things. If you’re the type that needs to be first with the shiny new Apple device, Onehub has you covered.
Our iOS app gives you the power and functionality you need to be super productive. Onehub works and looks beautiful on any sized screen — whether you’re on a tiny iPhone, a big iPad or a gargantuan Retina display. We work hard to make sure your experience is consistent and beautiful.
Creating a delightful iOS experience means you can get just as much done on-the-go as you do at your desk. Even better: Onehub supports tons of file types, so you can preview documents, spreadsheets, presentations and so much more on your new iPhone or iPad from wherever you are.
A smaller iPhone or iPad Pro may not be the biggest deal in the world, but making sure you can use Onehub on your iOS device of choice is a big deal to us.
August is typically the month when companies slow down, people go on vacation and take a breather before business (and school) ramp up after Labor Day. During this pause, I thought it would be a good idea to take a moment to share with our customers how Onehub is doing.
In a word, things are going great. Here are some highlights.
It’s been a big year for Onehub, with multiple record-breaking months of adding new business customers to our service. We now deliver enterprise file storage, sharing, and syncing service to more than 1 million business users across 2,700 business customers, and we continue to grow.
We re-launched Onehub.com in July with an entirely new look that took a device-agnostic approach to its design. The result is a cleaner looking, faster loading site that is beautiful whether you look at it on a laptop, desktop, or mobile device.
To better serve our clients, we added to our DevOps and customer support teams. In addition to keeping that same humans-not-robots phone support our customers love, we also implemented a live chat feature so people can now IM with a service rep to answer any questions. And if that weren’t enough, we launched a video tutorial series of screencasts to help guide new and existing customers in using Onehub.
As you may have noticed, we’ve also put more effort into this space, our corporate blog. It has and will continue to serve as the best place to find out what’s new here at Onehub.
While 2015 has been a big year from our perspective here at Onehub, it’s also been great because of you, our customers. We value your business, appreciate your input, and look forward to finishing out this year even stronger.
With apologies to Monty Python and the Holy Grail, using a desktop computer to access the internet is “not dead yet.” A popular chorus among media types has been the mobile web would eat the desktop’s lunch, but a Wall Street Journal story shows going online via desktop might actually be growing:
According to data from comScore, for example, the overall time spent online with desktop devices in the U.S. has remained relatively stable for the past two years. Time spent with mobile devices has grown rapidly in that time, but the numbers suggest mobile use is adding to desktop use, not subtracting from it.