From e-commerce, to e-health, to fintech, the digital revolution is making its way to Germany and shaking things up across all industries. Though research suggests the country is currently operating at only 10% of its digital potential, Germany is poised to fully embrace digitalization. And the opportunities are almost endless.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the global public service broadcaster, has selected Dropbox Enterprise as its strategic storage and collaboration platform for its entire workforce. Read more at News at Dropbox.
The IndieWire mission is to be the voice of creative independence. Whether they’re interviewing first-time directors at the Sundance Film Festival, or exploring behind-the-scenes talent in the latest Star Wars film, they’re on a mission to study and celebrate creative voices. But with two offices on opposites sides of the country—and reporters constantly on the ground at film festivals and TV events—keeping up with all the latest trends and talents can be a challenge. That’s why IndieWire uses Dropbox Business to keep everyone on the same page.
Lonely Planet’s Daniel Houghton has built the travel guidebook publisher into a digital media powerhouse, making him one of the world’s most prominent CEOs under 30. His leadership has helped the Tennessee-based company maintain its foothold as the most influential player in the guidebook industry. We sat down with Houghton to learn more about how he inspires creativity in his team and how he stays atop ever-evolving industry trends.
The construction industry has always been innovative, from the engineering feats of the last century to newer construction methods that use sophisticated building modeling, 3D-printed building materials, and prefabricated facades. Unfortunately, the construction industry’s adoption of new technologies has lagged behind other industries. According to McKinsey, the construction industry is one of the “least digitized industries in the world”. But some pioneering construction companies aren’t afraid to do things differently. Here’s how Built, one of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing private construction groups, uses Dropbox Business to set itself apart from competitors.
Dynamic Computing, a Dropbox Services Partner based in Seattle, helps companies collaborate with Dropbox Business. Their customers not only save hours of productivity time every day, but save thousands of dollars in on-premise infrastructure by not adding additional servers. Here’s how Dynamic Computing and Dropbox Business help make that happen for multiple clients.