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Dropbox this week made remote work the “primary experience” for its staff, saying its new policy goes further than the popular hybrid approach.  According to research commissioned by the file sharing platform, the COVID accelerated shift to working from home has largely been a success for knowledge workers but lost

Dropbox used its inaugural user conference in San Francisco last week to share its vision for the company’s future and announce a set of new features which are the first steps in building “the smart workspace”.  Dropbox is in the process of transforming from its heritage as a storage company

From today Australian Dropbox customers will have the option to store files locally within the company’s Amazon Web Services Sydney environment. The announcement, made in Sydney today, comes just a week after the company’s biggest user-facing changes to date. “Australia is important to us, both from a business standpoint, but

Dropbox made what it describes as “the biggest user-facing change in the company’s history” last week, overhauling its platform to add new management and collaboration tools to its core file storage service. But Dropbox executives have played down any type of new focus on the enterprise market, saying the changes

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Dropbox will begin to host customer files in Australia to bolster the growth of its enterprise customers. The storage company said the Dropbox environment will be in Sydney and will be available in the second half of this year. The investment comes a year after Dropbox debuted on NASDAQ. The

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Dropbox has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire HelloSign, an eSignature and document workflow platform with more than 80,000 customers, for $230 million. The all cash deal is expected to close in Q1 2019. “With over an exabyte of data on our platform, millions of people already use Dropbox

Dropbox is establishing a customer advisory board to help the organisation improve its file sharing and collaboration products for its 500 million registered users and 12 million paid customers. The panels — which will meet four times a year, twice in North America and once each in EMEA and APAC

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Dropbox has appointed former Microsoft, LinkedIn and SurveyMonkey exec Tony Ward as ANZ Country Manager. Ward takes over from Charlie Wood, who left the company in May to launch his own venture. Before joining Dropbox in 2014, Wood was the APAC VP for Salesforce Marketing Cloud. Sign up for Which-50’s