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Dish Positioning

For optimal reception, you need a strong satellite signal. Setting up a satellite antenna (AKA dish) to receive a single satellite is quite simple. Things get more complex if you want multiple satellites, and having a motorized dish is a major pain in the a**.

For starters you need a strong vertical anchor point, with a clear view to the satellite(s) you want to receive. Satellite reception needs a visual line of sight, so if a house stands in your way, you’re out of luck. If it’s a tree, ask the owner if you can cut down a few leaves. Clouds, fog, rain and snow are not so much of a problem, but they still tend to degrade the signals somewhat,

There are two types of dishes : Prime Focus dishes are mainly used for C Band reception, and Offset dishes are mainly used for Ku Band reception. Offset dishes are good to receive satellites from different positions at the same time, as it is not possible to point a dish to two positions at the same time.

The dish has to be pointed in the general direction of your satellite(s). In most European countries, the dish has to be mounted at 45° elevation, pointed to the south.

Check the lyngsat Site for more information on satellite tracking in function of your geographical position.

I am going to use an Offset dish. You can find the proper elevation angle for your dish on on Autoroute Express (or the IGN site for France, or this site for Rest of the World) in function of your exact longitude/latitude, (48,85786N 2.29504E in my case :-) You can of course also use a less precise value. The Lyngsat site offers a nice tool to find all needed information with only one or two clicks.

For me, on Astra, I need :
Elevation : 32.23°
azimuth: 158.47°

For a simple dish, or for a multiple LNB systems (several dishes with one LNB each or one dish with several LNBs), elevation is all you need. So set up your dish as precisely as you can

For Motorized satellite dishes it is more tricky:

You first have to locate the south, and then put your motor at zero degrees for that position. The dish needs to move along the satellite arc,so you have 2 angles to set up. One is the global angle, the second is the motor angle. Refer to the documentation of your motor to get more details about those two angles and how to configure them.
First, try to get a satellite near the south, like Intelsat 707 1°W. Note that 1°W is only a marketing name, and the real value depends on your geographical position.

In the Dreambox itself, if you’re not using a motorized system, configure a single dish without DiseqC to locate the first satellite, then start configuring DiseqC to find additional satellites.

Here is a standard configuration :

At the first boot, you need to choose your language, Time Zone and then your dish configuration, from basic one LNB/One dish, Medium with several LNB/Dishes with DiseqC switching, or complex with a motorized unit. So, pick your settings and you will reach the following screen:

For a motorized dish, you could enable the gotoXX Function which is a way for the Dreambox to tell the motor to go to a certain position. However, not all motors support this function, and even if it is supported, it doesn’t necessarily work properly. A better way to use the motor is to uncheck Use Motor Input Power, and use 1°/sec ( I have 2.250 on mine, but you will improve that later on) and uncheck Use gotoXX Function. Then press the blue button, select Astra, Hotbird or Intelsat 707. Then click on the green button to save your settings, and on the blue one to reach the next screen :

Then select a transponder that actually broadcasts TV 24/7. You can get a list of transponders from lyngsat.

Personally I used:

HB : 11304 27500 H
Astra : 11156 22000 V
i707 (1West) : 11229 24500 H
Hispasat : 11226 27500 V
Sirius : 11766 27500 H

The SNR level is the “Signal-To-Noise Ratio”, or the relation between signal and noise level. The higher the SNR, the better the signal. AGC is Automatic Gain Control, but this is of no concern to us. BER is the Bit-Error Rate. The lower this value, the better the reception. When you receive a signal on the currently selected frequency/Bitrate/Polarisation, the two checkboxes LOCK and SYNC will be checked. Good signals have an SNR of 80+%, AGC 55 and a BER of zero. 65% SNR is already rather low, and if your BER isn’t at zero, you’ll get a frozen picture from time to time, or no picture at all.

Once you manage to receive a signal from one satellite, optimize the signal by slowly moving the screws on your dish to optimize the position, then use the east/west function to fine-tune. For a single satellite installation, that’s all there is to it. If you have multiple LNBs, try to find a good signal by changing the dish position, then optimize by changing the LNB position.

For a motorized system, try to receive a signal from two other satellites. If you cannot get a signal from other satellites (as an example Astra 19.2 or Hispasat), then your dish is probably not properly set up. Your motor zero position is probably not really facing south, or your curve settings are not right. If you manage to receive two other satellites, you can optimize the reception as follows:

Point your dish to Hispasat, then slowly turn the screw to optimize the reception. Write down the optimal position (for instance: 2 turns to the left), then get back to the original setting and do the same for Astra 28.2 (that’s almost the same position but to the east rather than the west). Based on those values you can now determine the best course of action:

If you wrote down the same value for both satellites (for instance 3 turns to the left for Astra, 3 turns to the right for Hispasat), your dish is not mounted vertically or the motor is not zeroed properly (pictures 1 & 2). If the direction of the screw turns is the same for both satellites, your curve arc is not perfect and you have to change the motor tube angle.

Here are the different errors you can have, but you can mix them !

Once the optimization is done, you should be able to receive a strong signal from every satellite. It’s generally a good idea to optimize the dish position for less powerful satellite. The author, who lives in Paris, prefers to optimize using Sirius on 11804 27500 H (Nordic spot)

Once optimized, you should not have any problems receiving a good signal from more powerful satellites like Astra, HB, Hispasat, etc. Keep in mind that not every satellite can be received everywhere. Satellites over the United States, or Africa are impossible to get in Europe. Lyngsat will also tell you about the reception area for each satellite.

How to Connect VLC to UPnP Server for your local addrss

VideoLan Client software, or VLC, can be used to watch streaming video hosted by a Universal Plug and Play server on your network. UPnP servers broadcast their availability, so opening a streamed video is simply a matter of finding it in VLC’s options. Read more :

Instructions

    • 1

      Launch the VLC software. If it automatically suggests that you update the software, do so; you’ll want VLC 2.0 or higher for best results with UPnP playback.

    • 2

      Select “Playlist” from the “View” menu if you are using Windows, then select “Local Network” and “Universal Plug’n’Play” to bring up a list of available UPnP servers

 

  • Click on the “Universal Plug’n’Play” entry, if you are using Mac OS X Mavericks, in the playlist window. If a sidebar does not appear, choose “Show Sidebar” from the View menu.

  • 4

    Click on the server and title of the video you wish to view. It may take a minute or so for this list to update.

 

 

How to Install CCcam on DreamBox dm8000,dm7020 dm500 hd

Dreambox is the brand name of a variety of Linux-powered satellite and digital television set-top boxes available across Europe. You can install different types of software on Dreamboxes depending on the specific functions you want them to perform. One of these is CCcam, a piece of software that allows users to access new and different packages of TV channels.

Instructions

1

Boot up your Dreambox and select any channel. Press the blue button on your remote control to bring the “Common Interface” menu up. Select “Addons” by pressing the “2” button on your remote control.

2.

Select “Download and Install” on the window that appears and scroll down to “CCcam 2.0.4 Complete Download.” Select it to start downloading CCcam.
3.Select “Yes” when asked, “Are you sure you want to install this addon?” Press the “Exit” button on your remote and select “cam-config” on the menu that appears. Select “CCcam-Config 2.04″ on the menu that appears, then answer “Yes” again when asked, “Are you sure you wish to install this addon?”

  • 4

    Exit the “Addons” screen and load the Dreambox Control Center on your computer by double-clicking its icon. Connect your computer with the Dreambox. This should happen automatically; if not, just click the “Reconnect” button. Click the “FTP” tab, select “/var/etc” and highlight “CCcam.cf”” in the left-hand window. Right-click the file and select “Edit.” Replace this file with the one you just downloaded, close the editor and select “Yes” at the prompt.

  • 5

    Exit your Dreambox Control Center and press the blue button on your remote again. Press the volume button on your remote until “CCcam-2.0.4″ appears at the top of the menu. Select “Auto-Cam Enable” and “Auto-Cam Setup,” then change the “Default Cam” in the drop-down menu to “CCcam-2.0.4.”

  • 6

    Press “Exit” on your remote repeatedly until all menus are closed. Reboot your Dreambox. CCcam will now be installed and running.

 

 

How to Install an Dreambox dm7080 or dm7020 HD PVR Decoder

A high-definition PVR (personal video recorder) decoder connects directly to a cable or satellite receiver, allowing you to record programming whenever you see fit. PVR is another name for DVR (digital video recorder), and although most cable and satellite providers offer this service, it often comes at an extra price. Stand-alone PVR systems usually cost a few hundred dollars, but may save you money over time since you are not paying a monthly rental fee to a cable or satellite provider.

Instructions

    • 1

      Upgrade your cable or satellite to high definition. Without a high-definition source, your HD PVR decoder is unable to record programming in high definition.

2 .Plug one end of the first HDMI cables into the “HDMI Out” port on the HD cable or satellite receiver, then attach the other end of the cable into the “HDMI In” port located on the rear of the HD PVR decoder

  • 3Insert the second HDMI cable into the “HDMI Out” port on the HD PVR decoder, then connect the opposite end of the cable into one of the “HDMI In” ports on the television. Unlike many other devices, a high-definition television has multiple HDMI In connections, and it does not matter what connection port you use.

  • 4

    Turn on the HD satellite or cable receiver, the HD PVR decoder and the television. Select “HDMI” from the list of video input sources.

 

 

How to Download EPG Dream Elite for your dreambox original DM800

EPG Dream EIite DM800 is a multiboot cloning program commonly referred to as Black Hole. It clones images and lets you view programs on your computer remotely. You can upload your EPG files to a Web server, and members of the site can download it. It includes additional features such as increased download speed and multiple download channels. The program is free to download and is available directly from the website of Dream Box Tool, maker of the program.

Instructions
1
Navigate to the Dream Box Tool website.

2
Scroll down the “Dream Elite BH 1.3.3 OE1.6 for DM800 Multiboot” page until you find the blue “Download” button.
Click on the blue “Download” button. The file is downloaded to the output folder of your browser.

4
Open the output folder of your browser. Right-click on the “DreamEliteBH_DM800_133D.rar” file. Select the “Extract to here” option in the dropdown list. The file is in a compressed RAR format. It needs to be extracted. EPG Dream Elite DM800 is now downloaded, extracted and ready to be installed.

5
Double-click on the extracted EXE file. Press the “Install” button and follow the on-screen instructions.

 

Box’s S-1 update: Revenue climbed toward Q3 2014, losses less severe

Filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday, Box provided financial results through the third quarter of its current fiscal year, ending January 31, 2015.
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For the nine months ended October 31, 2014, Box generated roughly $153.8 million in revenue, compared to $85.36 million during the same window the previous year, translating to an 80 percent uptick.

Box attributed the revenue growth to “an increase in subscription services.” The platform now retains more than 32 million registered users across 275,000 organizations spanning over 200 countries and territories.

Approximately 44,000 of these organizations are paid Box customers.

For the third quarter alone, Box reported a little over $57 million in revenue, up from $33.6 million the previous year.

Losses are down, albeit slightly, to $45.4 million at the end of the third quarter, down from $51.4 million in Q3 2013.

However, there are still a few question marks — namely estimated share prices and an actual debut date.

A Box spokesperson provided ZDNet with the following statement: “Our plan continues to be to go public when it makes the most sense for Box and the market. As always, investing in our customers, technology, and future growth remains our top priority.”

Levie had provided a sound bite-sized update during a fireside chat at The Atlantic’s one-day tech summit earlier this week.

Since the S-1 landed in early 2014, the enterprise cloud company has deflected analysis and criticism over severe losses matched by high spending rates as revealed on the paperwork filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Revenue had climbed 111 percent year-over-year to $124.2 million by the end of January 2014, according to the S-1.

But Box also sustained losses of $50.3 million, $112.6 million and $168.6 million year-over-year for the 12-month time frames ending December 31, 2011, January 31, 2013 and 2014, respectively.

Levie countered that when the S-1 was filed in March, the form only displayed “last year’s numbers,” which Levie explained reflected a time in which Box has been investing the most ever in its 10-year history. Most of those investments were directed toward product development and acquisitions, he elaborated.

Box’s acquisition history consists of online document tool maker Increo Solutions in 2009, iOS app Folders and document embedding service Crocodoc in May 2013 , and dLoop in November 2013 for stepping up data analytics and security.

When Box updates its filings, “it’s a little bit of a different story,” Levie told The Atlantic’s Washington editor-at-large Steve Clemons.

Levie refrained from speaking any further about the IPO, deferring to SEC regulations about speaking to the media ahead of an official public debut.

The Los Altos, Calif.-based company was founded in 2005 by Levie and chief financial officer Dylan Smith.

Simplified from Box.net to Box, the company has since grown to employ nearly 1,000 people, most of whom are based in Silicon Valley. Additional sales offices have popped up in San Francisco and London with international expansion continuing throughout Europe and soon Asia.

Growing its repertoire of services from much more than just cloud-based storage space, Box.com has emerged as a fully-fledged collaboration and productivity platform of apps and services for the enterprise. With more than 200,000 businesses already subscribed, Box asserts that it serves 97 percent of the Fortune 500.

Describing itself as “emerging growth company,” Box initially filed privately thanks to a special rule under the Jumpstart Our Businesses (JOBS) act, which stipulates a company seeking to go public can file confidentially if it is valued at less than $1 billion.

When the IPO does take place, Box is headed to the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol, “BOX.”

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Strict New “Copyright Law” Forces End Of Google News In Spain

Google has decided to shut down Google News in Spain. This drastic step will occur next week and is the result of a recently passed Spanish law that would have compelled Google to pay licensing revenues to Spanish publishers if their content appeared in Google News — even headlines.

Some Spanish publishers, including newspaper group AEDE, had tried to turn Google into a source of mandatory licensing revenue through an ill-conceived copyright and anti-piracy law that would have required fees for even the smallest bits of content in Google News.

The law is slated to go into effect on January 1, 2015. Google’s preemptive move will not affect traditional search results where news content will still appear. In a blog post this evening the company explained its decision:
[S]adly, as a result of a new Spanish law, we’ll shortly have to close Google News in Spain. Let me explain why. This new legislation requires every Spanish publication to charge services like Google News for showing even the smallest snippet from their publications, whether they want to or not. As Google News itself makes no money (we do not show any advertising on the site) this new approach is simply not sustainable. So it’s with real sadness that on 16 December (before the new law comes into effect in January) we’ll remove Spanish publishers from Google News, and close Google News in Spain.

The Spanish law followed in the wake of a similar failed attempt in Germany to extract licensing revenues from Google. In Germany Google had asked news publishers to sign liability waivers in order to have their “snippets” included in Google News. However the Spanish law goes further and makes it effectively impossible for individual publishers to waive their copyright licensing “rights” under the new statute — even if they disagree with the law.

Google’s decision means that not only will there be no more News in Spain but there will be no Spanish news publisher content in any other Google News edition, including other Spanish speaking countries. However some of the larger publishers have subsidiaries in Latin America and South America and Google will maintain this local content in its other News sites.

Spanish officials are likely to decry the move as retaliation by Google. But the company says it makes no money off News and so has no other choice.

While many news publishers around the world have blamed Google for their revenue and readership declines, Google maintains that it sends valuable traffic to publishers. Indeed, in Germany the withdrawal of Google News rich snippets caused a precipitous decline in traffic to a number of publisher sites causing the German news consortium VG Media to declare that without their reinstatement they were on a path to bankruptcy.

Because of this drastic decision by Google I suspect we’re unlikely to see other European countries follow the German or Spanish examples and mimic the aggressiveness of these nouveau copyright (Google tax) laws. However it does remain to be seen.
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Spain was also the country that generated the lawsuit resulting in the “right to be forgotten

Instagram Hits 300 Million Monthly Users To Surpass Twitter, Keeps It Real With Verified Badges

It’s no fad. Just nine months after hitting 200 million users, Instagram now says 300 million people use its photo app every month, with 70% of them coming from outside the US. That makes Instagram officially bigger than Twitter, which had 284 million active users as of six weeks ago.

Instagram’s been going strong for four years now, and despite fears that the acquisition by Facebook would screw it up, there’s now 70 million photos shared each day, and over 30 billion total. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom says “Over the past four years, what began as two friends with a dream has grown into a global community.”

Between Facebook’s 1.35 billion, Messenger’s 500 million, and WhatsApp’s 600 million users, Facebook has developed a jaw dropping mobile footprint.

With growth steady, Instagram is now looking to strengthen its authenticity. Soon it plans to launch verified badges for celebrities, brands, and athletes so people don’t accidentally follow parody, tribute, or look-alike accounts. The tactic helped Twitter boost confidence, and Facebook started verifying profiles in May 2013. The badges will surely be coveted by the types of users desperately trying to grow their following, and make Instagram’s new Explore tab more trustworthy.

In the same vein of keeping it real, Instagram says it’s now gone from deactivating spammer and fake accounts to full-on deleting them. This means they’ll no longer appear in follower counts, so don’t worry if you see yours slip a little. The bad actors also aren’t being counted in its new 300 million user stat.

Instagram’s rise has been remarkable:
•October 2010: Launch on iPhone
•December 2010: 1 million users
•June 2011: 5 million users
•September 2011: 10 million users
•April 3rd, 2012: 30 million registered accounts on iPhone, launches on Android
•April 4th, 2012: Instagram sees 1 million Android signups in the first 24 hours
•April 9th, 2012: Instagram hits 5 million Android users, is acquired by Facebook
•April 30th, 2012: 50 million users
•February 2013: 100 million users
•September 2013: 150 million users
•March 2014: 200 million users

Considering Twitter has only added around 38 million users since March while Instagram has added 100 million, you can expect the gap to expand if things hold steady.

As it continues to grow, Instagram will encounter new challenges including the unfiltered feed problem.

As people follow more and more accounts over time, they’ll eventually reach a point where they miss posts from their closest friends because they’re drowned out by more share-happy users. That degrades the consumption experience, but also makes them less likely to follow more accounts in the future. This is turn makes it tougher for everyone, especially new users, to grow their following. No one likes sharing photos into a black hole, so they’re at risk of churning out.

Twitter is facing this problem already. Eventually, Instagram might need to help people unfollow accounts they never Like or comment on, and make sure long-time users follow friends who signed up late.
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But for today, Instagram can rest easy knowing it captured lightning in a bottle. It’s the archetypal mobile app. There were plenty of other ways to share photos before Instagram. There were plenty of other ways to filter photos too. But Instagram took something people already liked to do and made it so simple and delightful they fell in love.

Apple and IBM Deliver First Wave of

 

CUPERTINO, California and ARMONK, New York—December 10, 2014—Apple® and IBM today deliver the first wave of IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions in a new class of made-for-business apps and supporting cloud services that bring IBM’s big data and analytics capabilities to iPhone® and iPad® users in the enterprise. IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions are now available to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications and for governments and airlines, thanks to an unprecedented collaboration between Apple and IBM. IBM clients today announcing support for IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions include: Citi, Air Canada, Sprint and Banorte.

“What we’re delivering aims directly at the new quest of business—smart technologies that unlock new value at the intersection of big data and individual engagement,” said Bridget van Kralingen, senior vice president, IBM Global Business Services. “Our collaboration combines IBM’s industry expertise and unmatched position in enterprise computing, with Apple’s legendary user experience and excellence in product design to lift the performance of a new generation of business professionals.”

“This is a big step for iPhone and iPad in the enterprise, and we can’t wait to see the exciting new ways organizations will put iOS devices to work,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “The business world has gone mobile, and Apple and IBM are bringing together the world’s best technology with the smartest data and analytics to help businesses redefine how work gets done.”

In targeting key opportunities and priorities within industries, IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps take enterprise mobility a level deeper, helping employees access their company’s full capabilities wherever they interact with clients—faster, easier and more securely than ever before.

Built exclusively for iPhone and iPad, IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps are delivered in a secure environment, embedded with analytics and linked to core enterprise processes. The apps can be customized for any organization and easily deployed, managed and upgraded via cloud services from IBM specifically for iOS devices, with security across the data, app and device. This first suite of IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions is now available across multiple industries, with additional apps being continuously designed and developed:

  • Plan Flight (Travel and Transportation) addresses the major expense of all airlines—fuel—permitting pilots to view flight schedules, flight plans, and crew manifests ahead of time, report issues in-flight to ground crews, and make more informed decisions about discretionary fuel.
  • Passenger+ (Travel and Transportation) empowers flight crews to offer an unmatched level of personalized services to passengers in-flight—including special offers, re-booking, and baggage information.
  • Advise & Grow (Banking and Financial Markets) puts bankers on premise with their small business clients, with secure authorization to access client profiles and competitive analyses, gather analytics-driven insights to make personalized recommendations, and complete secure transactions.
  • Trusted Advice (Banking and Financial Markets) allows advisors to access and manage client portfolios, gain insight from powerful predictive analytics—in the client’s kitchen or at the local coffee shop, rather than the advisor’s office—with full ability to test recommendations with sophisticated modeling tools all the way to complete, secure transactions.
  • Retention (Insurance) empowers agents with access to customers’ profiles and history, including an analytics-driven retention risk score as well as smart alerts, reminders, and recommendations on next best steps and facilitation of key transactions like collection of e-signatures and premiums.
  • Case Advice (Government) addresses the issue of workload and support among caseworkers who are making critical decisions, one family or situation at a time, on the go. The solution adjusts case priorities based on real-time analytics-driven insights, and assesses risk based on predictive analysis.
  • Incident Aware (Government) converts an iPhone into a vital crime prevention asset, presenting law enforcement officers with real-time access to maps and video-feeds of incident locations; information about victim status, escalation risk, and crime history; and improved ability to call for back-up and supporting services.
  • Sales Assist (Retail) enables associates to connect with customer profiles, make suggestions based on previous purchases and current selections, check inventory, locate items in-store, and ship out-of-store items.
  • Pick & Pack (Retail) combines proximity-based technology with back-end inventory systems for transformed order fulfillment.
  • Expert Tech (Telecommunications) taps into native iOS capabilities including FaceTime® for easy access to expertise and location services for route optimization to deliver superior on-site service, more effective issue resolution and productivity as well as improved customer satisfaction.

“Mobile innovations are driving profound impact on how Citi delivers superior client experiences, particularly those that extend our enterprise expertise all the way to the point of customer contact,” said Heather Cox, Chief Client Experience, Digital and Marketing Officer for Global Consumer Banking at Citi. “There’s terrific energy in our collaboration with IBM and Apple around the goal of equipping our professionals with mobile capability that will create new competitive advantage and enable us to re-imagine how we share our knowledge to improve the quality of life for our clients.”

To supplement the IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps, the partnership between Apple and IBM offers business customers additional levels of capability integrated for enterprise mobility, including:

  • Mobile Platform and Enterprise Integration—Leveraging IBM’s global industry consulting expertise, client experience design and enterprise systems integration from analytics, workflow and cloud storage, to fleet-scale device management, security and integration. Enhanced mobile management includes a private app catalog, data and transaction security services, and productivity suite for all IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions. In addition to on-premise software solutions, all these services will be available on Bluemix—IBM’s development platform on the IBM Cloud Marketplace.
  • Supply, activate and manage—Streamlined end-to-end procurement, deployment and lifecycle management—at scale; along with cloud solutions for enterprise security, device management, and data and process integration. IBM Global Financing leasing options and services to allow organizations to keep pace with latest device releases.
  • AppleCare for the Enterprise—Providing IT departments and end users with 24/7 assistance for their devices from Apple’s award-winning customer support group, with on-site service delivered by IBM.

For more information regarding the new Apple and IBM solutions, please visit www.ibm.com/mobilefirst/us/en/mobilefirst-for-ios.html or www.apple.com/business/mobile-enterprise-apps/.

Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple has reinvented the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices with iPad.

About IBM MobileFirst
IBM’s 6,000 mobile experts have been at the forefront of mobile enterprise innovation. IBM has secured more than 4,300 patents in mobile, social and security, which have been incorporated into IBM MobileFirst solutions that enable enterprise clients to radically streamline and accelerate mobile adoption, help organizations engage more people and capture new markets. Through IBM’s partnership with Apple, the two organizations are transforming enterprise mobility with a new class of industry specific business apps. For more information on IBM MobileFirst, visit the press kit or www.ibm.com/mobilefirst. Follow @IBMMobile on Twitter, and see IBM MobileFirst on YouTube, Tumblr and Facebook

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Dropbox For Business Is About To Launch An Enterprise Tools API To Fight Box

Dropbox’s frilly consumer brand and lack of hardcore enterprise security features has kept its “For Business” software from scoring more corporate clients. But an internal-only Dropbox launch plan attained by TechCrunch says that’s about to change with the release of a Dropbox For Business API.

Scheduled to be announced Wednesday (though this leak could change that), the Dropbox For Business API will let enterprise customers connect their existing third-party security and compliance tools to their cloud storage, or build their own Dropbox For Business (DfB) apps. Dropbox has worked with over a dozen enterprise tool makers including Microsoft, Dell, and IBM so their products will work with the DfB API upon launch. Dropbox has yet to respond to a request for comment.

Dropbox seems to have realized it would take too long to build all the necessary functionality to seduce enterprise clients, and many already have piece-meal providers for these different tools. So to keep up with Box and its extensive, years-old enterprise app platform, Dropbox is launching its own to augment the siloed Dropbox For Business client it unveiled a year ago. The API could let clients fill the holes in Dropbox For Business rather than going elsewhere for feature-complete enterprise cloud storage. It’s a smart move that drastically improve both how Dropbox works for big clients, and their perception of it as a serious enterprise provider.
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Why Does Dropbox For Business Need An API?

device-securityDropbox’s consumer service already has a platform sporting 100,000 connected apps. They allow everything from photo syncing to advanced file search. Those are a big help to all of Dropbox’s 300 million users.

But the enterprise has very different needs. That’s why Dropbox spun up Dropbox For Business as a separate product and rolled it out in April. It boasts Sharing Audit Logs to check exactly who saw what, options for IT to keep certain files quarantined to work computers or within specific teamsm and a Remote Wipe feature can remove any DfB file if an employee leaves the company or has their computer stolen.

DfB partnered with some full-fledged, front-facing enterprise software products like Salesforce, Slack, Asana, Trello, Yahoo, and most recently Microsoft Office to let you easily save to or access your Dropbox files from these services.

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Still, this was just scratching the surface, as there was no way to jack in back-end enterprise tools.

The internal launch plan detailing how Dropbox’s responses and possible dodges to various questions about the API says Dropbox recently signed up Hyatt, Heart Corporation, and News Corp. To score contracts with more big corporations dealing in sensitive information, it needs extra safeguards around confidential data, authentication, employee activity logs, encryption, and large transfers.

Building this all could take years Dropbox doesn’t have, so it’s launching the API to quickly let partners step in to assist.

What’s The DfB API Do?

The Dropbox For Business API will connect DfB to a variety of third-party enterprise tools:

Data Loss Prevention – Prevent exfiltration of personally identifiable information or payment card info
Data Migration – Aid large-scale data transfers or on-site backups
Digital Rights Management – Encryption and decryption of data for businesses in heavily regulated industries
Identity Management – Pipe in identity authentication and single sign-on so employees stay authenticated while accessing DfB
Legal Hold and eDiscovery – Securely maintain files that may be needed in court later.
Security Information And Event Management (SIEM) – Audit activity logs of employees to check what they’ve accessed.
DfB customers can also build their own custom apps from scratch on the API if they have specific workflows not covered by third-party tools. There will be plenty of documentation for those looking to tinker.

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The Dropbox For Business API launch plan indicates that partners with apps ready on day one may include Microsoft Azure AD, Dell Data Protection, IBM WebSphere Cast Iron, Okta, Domo, Splunk, Meldium, nCrypted Cloud, Mover.io, SkySync, Ping Identity, CloudLock, Centrify, Sookasa, and CirroSecure. Dropbox will release more API functionality and set up additional partnerships over time.

The Dropbox For Business price is not expected to move from $15 per user per month. That’s the same price as Box’s Business tier, though Box also offers an undisclosed price for bigger enterprise deals.

No SAAS Is An Island

The API will bring Dropbox closer to being able to truly compete with Box in the enterprise, but Box CEO Aaron Levie tells me being feature-complete goes beyond security. “When we say the word ‘platform’ we think about it in a pretty comprehensive way” Levie says, citing integrations with enterprise workflows and business processes as essential components too. Dropbox will have to encompass those as well.

“We realized pretty early on that to fully protect end users and mission critical content in the enterprise, you’re going to have to work with an ecosystem” Levie says, referring to Box getting into bed with developers back in 2011.

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But the enterprise platform game is just getting started. The consumerization of IT, bring your own device, and bottom-up distribution models have all had a profound influence on how work gets done. Levie says it’s evolved past “managing security within the four walls of your office.” No one can build it all from scratch. Businesses have to rely on tools built by others to thrive.

That open model means more and more tools will crop up, and enterprises will need central ways to manage their data across all their partners. Levie notes that “We expect the ecosystem to evolve pretty dramatically over the next couple of years. This is a mindset and a technology shift that both enterprises and vendors are going to go through.”

No wonder Dropbox has spent the past year trying to grow up and put on a business suit. The enterprise model shift translates into an avalanche of dollars that it and Box are jockeying to ride.

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