Sharing large files—everything from video and photography to hefty presentation decks—is an important part of many businesses’ workflows. With multiple team members working on these files, any one of them can easily be synchronized hundreds of times over the course of a project. That means transfers need to be as efficient as possible, a point that we take to heart. Better efficiency means faster project completion which can ultimately lead to better business outcomes for our customers.
Founded in 1873, Aller Group is the largest publisher of weekly magazines in the Nordics. Today, we’re pleased to announce Aller has rolled out Dropbox Enterprise to its staff as the company puts cloud at the forefront of its technology strategy.
Dropbox is committed to protecting the privacy and security of customer data, which is why we welcomed the adoption of the new EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework providing another mechanism for the transfer of personal data from the European Economic Area (EEA) to the US.
Fast, efficient sync technology is one of the many reasons people choose Dropbox. And leading industry analyst IDC agrees: their independent “EFSS Evaluation Guide” names Dropbox sync performance as best-in-class.
Today, we’re answering a request we’ve received from a number of our customers: Europe-based storage for companies using Dropbox Business*.
We’ve seen enormous growth worldwide as more businesses entrust Dropbox with their move to the cloud. In Europe alone, the number of Dropbox Business customers has quadrupled in the last two years. With this launch, we’re giving those organisations more choice, and providing a world-class solution for future European business customers.
Late last year, we announced plans to host business customers’ files in Europe. We’ve been working closely with our partner,
Everything about the modern employee’s workspace is changing—both physical and digital. The ability to work remotely is more important than ever across all industries. And it’s no longer uncommon for businesses to offer flexible working arrangements. In a 2015 survey of 3,789 knowledge workers, Dropbox researchers found that 50% work from home at least part of the time. Regular work at home, among the non-self-employed population, has doubled since 2005.
Companies large and small rely on Dropbox Business to keep information secure and accessible to those who need it. We reached out to some of our customers to find out why they’d selected Dropbox to keep their information safe and accessible.