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.
Employees are busier than ever—but working longer hours isn’t always enough. That’s why organizations rely on a digital toolbox of apps and services that help everyone do their best work. These best-of-breed apps empower teams to work better together and evolve beyond a traditional work environment. Collectively, we’ve shifted toward a better way to work.
Growing up, we’re often told to follow our passions. Some of us do, some of us don’t. What General Assembly (GA) is trying to do is give people the option, even if you think that ship has sailed. The New York-based company started out in 2010 providing part- and full-time courses for anyone to change careers or add new skills. Today, it’s expanded that mission by partnering with companies to introduce new talent and train existing employees. So whether you’re a marketer who wants to learn front-end development, or someone with technical chops with interest in graphic design, GA is here to help.
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.
These days, modern companies and truly productive teams often span offices, regions, and operating systems. Sadly, the tools that many rely on to access their data—traditional ones like corporate file servers (shared network drives) and newer, browser-based solutions—aren’t suited to the way modern teams work.