Last week, we told you about commenting, which will allow anyone to add feedback and discussions to files you’ve shared with them. We’re happy to announce that Dropbox for Business teams can start using commenting today, on the web and on iOS, through the early access program.
Be among the first to see the Dropbox badge and commenting features in action during a live webinar on Thursday, April 2 at 11:00 am PT (2:00 pm ET). We’ll discuss how Dropbox for Business is helping teams overcome collaboration hurdles and helping companies keep tabs on data. We’ll hold an in-depth product demo, and answer your questions during a live question and answer session.
It’s no secret that employees today expect more from the IT solutions they use at work. Tech-savvy workers want tools that are easy to use, accessible anywhere, and collaborative. And in many cases, they’re bringing their own apps and devices to work. Can IT give users the tools they want without giving up administrative control and enterprise-level security? That’s the topic of a recent Spiceworks panel featuring Dropbox for Business Product Manager George O’Brien. In this excerpt of the live Q&A with the Spiceworks community, George speaks to how Dropbox for Business balances IT needs and user love.
If you’ve ever spent an hour or two working on an important Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document — only to discover that someone else was making changes to their own copy of the same file — this tip is for you.
There’s a whole lot of information out there. That means a whole lot of finding, collecting, and digging through data to get what you need. So when you have research to do, these apps can help. They connect with Dropbox to make all that information more discoverable, more useful, and most of all, more manageable.
IT infrastructure is mission critical for most business operations, and if it’s being done right, most people shouldn’t even notice it’s there. Because of that, your business is probably spending good money to make sure nothing breaks. With so much being spent, it’s only natural that many companies are paying close attention to IT expenses. We wanted to learn more about this trend, so we had IDC study the return on investment several Dropbox for Business customers were getting.
Collaboration is an important part of everyone’s job, so we’re always working to make Dropbox for Business an even better place to work together. Your Dropbox should be more than just the home for all your files — it should be the home for all the conversations and activity surrounding your work. Today we’re bringing this power to Dropbox with two entirely new workflows that will help you communicate and coordinate your work.