We’re committed to helping our customers use Dropbox as part of their established security workflows. So today, we’re excited to announce the general availability of Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) support on iOS and Android. And to help customers integrate Dropbox Enterprise with their existing EMM solutions, we’re welcoming four new partners: IBM MaaS360, Inventit, SoftBank Business Concierge, and Matrix42.
Stuck in a rut at work? Here are fresh takes on old tricks; things you can do to mix your workday up, that also have their own unique benefits.
We’re proud that Dropbox is now deployed in over 4,000 educational institutions worldwide, including a few of our newest education customers: Teachers College of Columbia University, Chapman University, Carleton College, Edinboro University, and The Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
If you haven’t done any spring cleaning yet, it’s not too late to get started. And where better to take aim than your overflowing email inbox? This might seem like a daunting task, but once it’s done, it feels great—especially if you can manage to keep your email clean and tidy. One simple way to accomplish this is to simply give your inbox a break. Here are a few ways to use Dropbox in place of email to share files, stay up to date, and work with feedback.
Greetings from Dropbox Open London, where we’re hosting some of our global and regional customers and partners. For our customers here, we hope this will be a day full of new ideas, inspiring stories, and high-level networking. For us, it’s a time to reflect on how far we have come, from a personal tool for our co-founder, Drew Houston, to a service adopted by CIOs of major companies from News Corp and Condé Nast Britain to Hyatt and National Geographic.
At Dropbox Open in London today, we’re celebrating our customers—and with good reason. We’re enabling greater collaboration in over 150,000 paying businesses across the globe—with tens of thousands based in Europe and more joining every day. And the list of companies on Dropbox Business spans a variety of industries: Auchan, The Absolut Company, Condé Nast Britain, Fritz Hansen, Macmillan Publishers, News Corp, Spotify, and Under Armour, to name just a few.
These days, modern companies and truly productive teams often span offices, regions, and operating systems. Sadly, the tools that many rely on to access their data—traditional ones like corporate file servers (shared network drives) and newer, browser-based solutions—aren’t suited to the way modern teams work.