Today’s blog post is brought to you by the letter “e.”
There’s a saying my old boss used to tell me. “When an elephant jumps in the water, everyone gets wet.” It’s fair to say that in just about any technology sense, Google is an elephant. Earlier this week that elephant — well, did more of a hop than a full-on jump, and we are getting spritzed.
We’re not sure what the venn diagram is of our respective audiences are — but if you’ve arrived here looking for a router, may we tell you about the best enterprise file storage and sharing service on the market?
There will be times when you want to share the files you store in Onehub with people who do not have a Onehub account. The easiest way to do this is by creating secure links.
This video (the latest in our Onehub tutorial series), will show you how to set up and send secure links, as well as enable additional security measures such as password protection and expiration dates.
At Onehub, we want to provide our customers with an arsenal of privacy tools to better protect their data. So in addition to features like granular permissions and secure links, Onehub allows you to create Workspace agreements that your users must accept before accessing content.
Agreements are a powerful tool for establishing rules governing access to the content you are sharing. With Onehub, you can use a default agreement, or create a customized one tailored to the specific files you are sharing.
Setting up an agreement is easy. Go to the Settings of your Workspsace. Continue reading →
Even though we are in frothy times, raising money is still a grind for startups. If you are a founder, you want to focus on your product, not manage minscule logistics of the pitch process.
Startups need more than just secure and easy online document sharing. They need to share the same information with multiple potential investors — without those investors discovering who else is in contention. And sharing your pitch doesn’t have to be a one-way street! There is data to be mined from the way potential investors interact with your materials that Onehub can help you surface.
If you are a startup founder, Onehub can make the whole process of raising money easier and more productive, whether you are seeking your seed or your Series A – Z: Continue reading →
High profile hack attacks have (sadly) almost become pedestrian there have been so many. Recently, Anthem, one of the country’s largest health insurance companies had its data breached. Among the reasons the Anthem hack is receiving so much attention is the fact that the company did not encrypt its data. Continue reading →
Document previews are one of the most important features of Onehub. We have one of the best document previewing experiences around, but that didn’t stop us from making it even better. Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of our brand new document previewer.
Our new previewer is HTML-based, rather than Flash-based. This not only means that you no longer need to have Flash installed but, crucially, you can now view any Onehub preview from your mobile devices. In addition, this allowed us to implement accurate, text-based searching of your documents directly from the preview. As a side benefit, selecting/copying/pasting text is easier now as well. On top of these technical improvements, we also revamped the interface and increased the fidelity for all previews. Here is a full list of the improvements you can expect from the new Onehub previews:
Full-text search from your previews
Higher fidelity previews
Jump to a specific page in your preview
Support for native browser full screen modes
The new Onehub previewer puts us ahead of the curve and we hope it delights our customers as well. If you have any feedback, tweet us @onehub or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this month’s team post, we’d like to introduce you to Andrew Juarez. Andrew is the newest member of the Onehub Design team and recently completed is first half marathon.
Q – How did you get into long distance running?
A – About 9 years ago, a year after graduating high school, I started to develop a (somewhat) regular fitness routine. Lifting weights and strength training were my focus, but I would add in about 20 to 30 minutes of pavement or treadmill running a few times a week.
For several years, I would run the same distance of about 3 to 4 miles each time. It wasn’t until about the end of 2011 that I began to push my distance further. I started tracking my runs with a smart phone app that stores various bits of data such as distance, duration, mile times, altitude, calories, etc. I would use the data as motivation to push myself on subsequent runs.
In the fall of 2012 when I moved to Seattle, I discovered some great areas for running. I spent a lot of time improving my distance by running around Green Lake as well as areas of the Burke Gilman Trail. I also did some research on midsole running techniques, proper footwear, and nutrition. By 2013, I was comfortable running 8 to 10 miles with an average mile time of about 8 minutes. Continue reading →