The recent internet security vulnerability known as “Heartbleed” did not, and does not, involve My Docs Online. Many secure sites on the internet are recommending users change their passwords, even after those sites have ‘patched’ the vulnerability.
There is no need to do that at My Docs Online. We don’t use, and never have used, the versions of OpenSSL involved.
Haven’t heard of Heartbleed? Other sites you use may be compromised. You can learn more here.
We’ve improved our zip processing for files you deliver via “Share” using the Desktop App or the web interface (the new web client, not the “classic” version).
Now we start the zip processing for all the files you Share right after you do the Share, and almost always have it ready on the file delivery page by the time the recipient sees it.
There’s a new link right on the page to immediately download all as a zip:
It’s only for Shares of more than one file, and is limited to a total size of all files under 2 GB (over that and the browser will have trouble anyway).
The zip processing for users logged into an actual account remains unchanged, but those users have the option of downloading via the Desktop App.
Although Microsoft Sharepoint is different from My Docs Online in scope and application (it’s usually used in company intranets) it often comes up in customer conversations. Or more often in conversations with people who call/chat/email to ask about Sharepoint because we often come up in searches related to Microsoft products and technologies like Sharepoint, which like My Docs Online includes Web Folders support.
If you are looking for a Sharepoint migration tool you should take a look at Sharegate, which just had its second anniversary.