One of the things that makes the internet so powerful is its ability to connect. Bringing together people and ideas opens up worlds of possibilities. And two Dropbox for Business customers are doing just that: harnessing the power of connections to enable people to create great things. For Able Lending, it’s about connecting small businesses with capital. And for Brit + Co, it’s connecting their users with resources that can help them take on creative projects.
The working world is in a period of major digital upheaval, and for Australia in particular, it’s revolutionizing the small- and medium-sized business sector. Cloud technology is having a transformational impact on the way almost every element of business is conducted. And it’s widespread, to say the least: almost one in two Australians shares files using cloud software at least once a day.
We’re teaming up with iStock by Getty Images to help graphic designers and videographers streamline their workflows using Dropbox. In that spirit, here are some tips for everyone working at a design agency or on any other type of creative services team. They’ll help you with a problem you might be familiar with: that mountain of JPEGs, PSDs, and PNGs floating around your hard drive.
For tech companies, moving fast isn’t just a company value — it’s often what defines success. To stay ahead of the pack, more and more global tech firms are turning to Dropbox for Business to enable people to work as efficiently as possible. With the service, employees can collaborate on things like product designs and marketing collateral without worrying about file-size limits. And famously work-from-anywhere techies love being able to access Dropbox on any platform or device. They know their data is always secure, whether they’re connecting from the Bay Area or Bangalore. It’s no surprise we’ve seen 400% growth in tech teams using our enterprise offering since the start of 2014.
Good e-discovery practices are becoming a higher priority for companies everywhere. With the proliferation of cloud services, social networks, and mobile devices used by employees, electronically stored information (ESI) lives in more places than ever before. Add to that the growing threat of data breaches, and you have a real need for industry leaders who can share their best practices.
With their coursework saved and shared in the cloud, students are able to get work done from anywhere. Faculty and staff use file sharing services to distribute materials and collect assignments at the click of a mouse. Going to college today isn’t what it used to be, to say the least. Many of the latest educational institutions to roll out Dropbox, like the University of Oklahoma and Cleveland Community College, are embracing these trends.
The cloud services marketplace has exploded over the past few years, giving employees in businesses everywhere new ways to get work done. The Internet is full of cloud-based apps that let us run marketing campaigns, do bookkeeping, manage hiring, and much more.