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.
At most companies, even small ones, there’s a ton of value to be had in collaboration. Sure, you can probably get big projects done yourself—but should you? A smart professional takes advantage of the talented people around them, and luckily there are tools like Dropbox to help you share ideas and gather feedback. Still, it can be tough to know exactly who to ask for help. So here’s our short list of the team players you should consider hitting up for advice.
When you’re running an operation that spans the globe, it becomes pretty clear that the earth is a big place. It’s not just distance that separates us. Languages and time zones, too, can make everything feel a little farther away. It’s a reality that WWF’s Earth Hour, which is headquartered in Singapore, faces every year when more than 170 countries around the world come together for climate action and participate in its signature lights out event.
Ask anyone in IT—deployment and onboarding are a lot of work. And the larger your company is, the more complex and time-consuming the task of getting people up and running is. Add to that the ever-present need to protect company data, and you can use all the help you can get. So, today we’re making it easier for IT admins to manage Dropbox Business and Enterprise deployments with a new set of domain management tools.
More than 150,000 business and organizations use Dropbox Business to power their work, including Under Armour, Expedia, News Corp, and Arizona State University. This is one of the top reasons why I joined Dropbox—because some of the largest and most forward-thinking companies around the world count on us every day. And today I’m excited to share that Dropbox was named a leader in “The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise File Sync and Share Platforms, Cloud Solutions, Q1 2016” report by Forrester Research.