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  1. 1. K.K.Wagh Polytechnic, Nashik. Dropbox Group Members Roll No. Nikul Govardhan Patel 22 Atharva Sunil Shahane 26 Subject Teacher-Mr.S.H.Sangale Subject – Network Management and Administration(NMA) Presenting Seminar On
  2. 2. OUTLINE Sr. No. Topic 1 Outline 2 Introduction 3 History 4 Cloud Storage Service 5 Technology 6 Working Architecture 7 Application Screenshot 8 Features 9 Advantages 10 Disadvantages 11 Applications 12 Comparison 13 Conclusion
  3. 3. Dropbox
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION • Headquarter :- San Francisco, California • Services Provided :- cloud storage, file Synchronization, personal cloud, and client software • Founded In :- June 2007 • Founded By :- Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi • Written In :- Python and Go • Platforms :- Windows, Blackberry OS, IOS, X OS, Android, Symbian, Linux, MeeGo, Harmattan.
  5. 5. HISTORY • Dropbox founder Houston conceived the Dropbox concept after repeatedly forgetting his USB flash drive while he was a student at MIT. • He says that existing services at the time "suffered problems with Internet latency, large files, bugs, or just made me think too much. • He began making something for his personal use, but then realized that it could benefit others with the same problems. • Houston founded Dropbox, Inc. in June 2007, and shortly thereafter secured seed funding from Y Combinator. • Dropbox's official domain name was "getdropbox.com" until October 2009, when it acquired its current domain, "dropbox.com".
  6. 6. CONTD…. • In May 2010, in China Dropbox service was stopped by Chinese government. • In May 2011, Dropbox struck deals with Japanese mobile service providers Softbank and Sony Ericsson. As per the terms of the deal Dropbox will come preloaded on their mobile telephones. • Dropbox had more than 50 million registered users in 2011, increasing to 400 million by June 2015. • According to OPSWAT's December 2011 Market Share Report, Dropbox held 14.14% of the worldwide backup client market, based on number of installations.
  7. 7. ClOUD STORAGE SERVICE • Dropbox uses a freemium business model, where users are offered a free account with a set storage size and paid subscriptions for accounts with more capacity. • All basic users are offered an initial 2 GB of free online storage space. • The desktop client has no restriction on individual file size, files uploaded via the website are limited to no more than 10 GB per file. • To prevent free users from creating multiple linked free accounts, Dropbox includes the content of shared folders when totaling the amount of space used on the account. • For free accounts, the total amount of traffic that all links together can generate without getting banned is 20 GB per day. For Pro and Business accounts, the limit is 200 GB per day.
  8. 8. TECHNOLOGY • Dropbox server (running on the cloud) and desktop client software were primarily written in Python. • From mid-2013 Dropbox began migrating its backend infrastructure to Go. • The desktop client uses Python GUI toolkits such as wxWidgets and Cocoa. • Dropbox’s full browser-side codebase is written in CoffeeScript instead of JavaScript. • Dropbox supports multi-user version control, enabling several users to edit and re-post files without overwriting versions.The version history is by default kept for 30 days, with a 12-month recovery option called "Pack-Rat" available for purchase.
  9. 9. CONTD…. • Dropbox originally used Amazon's S3 storage system to store the files, but as of 2016 they use their own hardware. • Dropbox uses SSL transfers for synchronization and stores the data via AES- 256 encryption,though this is done with Dropbox's own encryption keys, and not the users. • Dropbox uses Pingdom’s API service.
  10. 10. WORKING ARCHITECTURE Security System
  11. 11. APPLICATION SCREENSHOTS
  12. 12. APPLICATION SCREENSHOTS
  13. 13. FEATURES OF DROPBOX 1. Share Screenshots Quickly 2. Add Comments to Files 3. View Any File Without Installing Extra Software 4. Edit Microsoft Office Files Online for Free 5. Use Selective Sync to Save Space 6. Favorite Files to View Them on Mobile
  14. 14. CONTD…. 7. Keep Your Files Safe 8. Find Everything You're Sharing 9. Back up All Your Pictures to Dropbox 10. Customize Your Dropbox Notifications 11. Be The First to Get New Feature 12. Request Files via Dropbox
  15. 15. ADVANTAGES • Cost • Capacity • Convenience • Accessibility • Sharing • Back-up
  16. 16. DISADVANTAGES • Security • Rights • Encryption • Versioning • Connection
  17. 17. APPLICATIONS 1. Keep the Same Apps, Settings, and Passwords on All Your PCs 2. Launch Applications and Run Commands on Your Home Computer 3. Convert, Share, and Automate Your Files 4. Create Your Own Cloud-Based Music Library 5. Host a Web Site or Start Page for Your Browser 6. Print Documents to Your Home Printer from Any Computer 7. Quickly Install Android Apps and ROMs 8. Securely Share Files, from Saucy Pics to Paperwork 9. Monitor Your Computer for Running Tasks or Unauthorized Access
  18. 18. DROPBOX VS ONEDRIVE VS GOOGLE DRIVE VS AMAZON CLOUD DRIVE
  19. 19. CONTD….
  20. 20. CONCLUSION • we conclude that Dropbox is very popular between young people, mainly students and workers, who see the application as an easy and sage tool to share and have the files safe and available in several locations. • We also can get to the conclusion that most of the users are happy with the features already provided with Dropbox, sharing the same opinion in terms of usability, portability and invisibility (some of the characteristics of a ubiquitous system). • The overall disappointment is on the space provided for the free account, which could be bigger as Dropbox’s competitors. • This application takes the best of cloud computing to provide an easy, fast and safe tool to share and backup our academic, professional and domestic life. We conclude that Dropbox is a ubiquitous system and its use is recommended to everyone.

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