The cloud storage and file-sharing services market has been busy these past few weeks, especially since Box, a top competitor in the market, secured $100 million in new funding from new strategic partners to help with international expansion.

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Meanwhile, here's a quick recap of what's been happening in the market ...

Ted Hulsy, vice president of marketing, eFolder, recently called Dropbox out for having a business offering that is lacking because of several missing features, attempting to bring a leader in the space down to its knees.

WatchDox, a self-proclaimed provider of secure enterprise workflow solutions that enables users to protect, share and collaborate on files on any device, snagged a partnership with UST Global, an IT outsourcing company.

Dropbox, a company that competitors keep branding as a consumer-based product, squared off with eFolder (armed with its recent Anchor acquisition) at IT Nation 2013 last month.

Egnyte CEO Vineet Jain spoke with Talkin' Cloud's sister site MSPmentor a few months back on how his company has three secret weapons.