With more than 1.5 billion .DWG files stored by our users, Dropbox has built one of the largest collaboration networks of AutoCAD design files in the world. To ensure the best experience possible for the many people using AutoCAD with Dropbox, we’re partnering with Autodesk to build deeper integrations and provide architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing professionals with new, innovative features.
The rise of new productivity tools has changed how people collaborate, but at the cost of reduced transparency and lost time. Whether you’re creating, distributing, or retrieving content, you need a unified home that brings it all together in one place. That’s why we built the new DBX Platform to be the connective tissue for teams and businesses of all sizes. It enables teams to collaborate easily with industry-standard security—even when work spans across tools, apps, devices, and operating systems. Today, we’re introducing a unified suite of APIs and tools, and announcing new integrations with Atlassian,
As a leading information technology research and advisory company, Gartner provides insight that helps IT and business leaders make informed decisions. Each year, Gartner’s Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors within a market segment based on their completeness of vision and ability to execute on that vision. Today, we’re proud to announce that Gartner has named Dropbox a Leader for the second consecutive year.
Over 200,000 Dropbox Business customers rely on us to store their critical data. As teams increasingly work remotely and across devices, maintaining control over who has access to your company data becomes more important. So today, we’re announcing new tools as part of our AdminX initiative, which applies our user-first design approach to the admin experience. These tools provide you with stronger user controls and greater visibility into Dropbox usage.
Better teams make better businesses. But as teamwork has become more fluid, our tools haven’t kept up. Instead of bringing teams together, they’re siloing the content those teams create. Let’s face it—collaboration has become a chore. We want to bring back the joy of working together. As we head into the next chapter of file sync and share, we’re excited to announce new features that make collaboration simple and efficient.
Great things in the world happen almost universally in teams. The Higgs boson bears the name of a single physicist, yet it took many teams—and 3,800 scientists at CERN—to discover. In the business world, companies are increasingly comprised of teams orchestrating the work of other problem-solving teams. The modern workplace values teamwork, but how we think about teams is now outpacing the org chart.