Dropbox adds password manager, vault, and other security features

The cloud storage site has also unveiled an app center and improved its integration with HelloSign eSignature technology.

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Dropbox has unveiled a range of new features aimed at making the storage site more of a one-stop shop for subscribers. Several of the features have security in mind, while others are designed to make the site more effective for home and business users.

On the security front, Dropbox is adding its own password manager. Known simply as Dropbox Passwords, the app saves your passwords in what the company describes as a “safe place” and then automatically enters them

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Oppo Find X2, Oppo Find X2 Pro Launching in India Today: How to Watch Live Stream, Expected Price, More

Oppo Find X2 series is all set to launch in India today. The company is expected to unveil both Oppo Find X2 and Oppo Find X2 Pro phones in the country. The two phones debuted in March in Europe. The Oppo Find X2 series comes with 120Hz Ultra Vision display and sports a hole-punch design. The Oppo Find X2 Pro is the more premium model of the two, and it comes with a periscope-style camera setup that enables 10x hybrid zoom and up to 60x digital zoom.

Oppo Find X2 Pro, Find X2 launch live stream link, expected price


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How to recall a message sent in Microsoft Outlook

You can recall an Outlook message that shouldn’t have been sent. Here are the steps.

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It’s inevitable. You send someone an email in Microsoft Outlook. And then you realize for one reason or another that the message has a mistake or that it shouldn’t have been sent at all. You can fix your error after the fact by recalling a message. Using the recall feature under the right conditions, your previous email is deleted without the recipient ever seeing it. You can also send a replacement message with the correct information.

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IT pros see increased workload and security threats amid shift to remote working

Malicious emails, risky employee behavior, and a rise in software vulnerabilities are the top threats seen by IT professionals, says Ivanti.

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The coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdown has triggered a rapid and abrupt move to remote working on the part of many organizations. Beyond disrupting the flow of the workforce, this shift had prompted an increase in the workload of many IT staffers as they grapple with security issues and other obstacles. A report released Tuesday by IT software vendor Ivanti highlights some of the challenges in light of the move to remote working.

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