How University of Sydney uses Dropbox for secure collaboration

Ranked one of the top 100 universities in the world, the University of Sydney is home to some of the brightest minds in multi-disciplinary research. Together, they’re working to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems. Here’s how they use Dropbox to make collaboration seamless and secure.

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10 tips to improve collaboration between designers and engineers

If you’ve ever worked on a team that included both designers and engineers, you know they have fundamentally different ways of working. That can be a challenge when you’re in charge of coordinating a project. So how do you keep the working relationship complementary and conflict free? Here are 10 ways to make the process easier.

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“Culture hacks” can improve company culture

Is your team stuck in a creative rut? Are they finding it hard to collaborate? Your team’s best work can be directly related to company culture. Changes in culture, such as a tweak to a process or a shift in where people share ideas, can reignite a team’s collaborative spirit and get creative juices flowing.

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How a Houston builder uses Dropbox to collaborate with contractors

Over the past century, Tellepsen Builders has become a cornerstone in the development of Houston, Texas. Having completed some of the city’s most notable projects, including Texas Children’s Hospital and Lakewood Church, the company has built a reputation as a pioneer in their sector. In its fourth generation of family ownership, Tellepsen began looking for ways to continue their evolution into the fifth. Here’s how they’ve become leaders of the digital transformation of the construction industry with the help of Dropbox Business.

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ITDMs weigh in on workplace trends

Today’s workplace is in constant state of flux. As technology and company cultures evolve, so do the expectations placed on IT decision makers (ITDMs). They’re responsible for finding and implementing cutting-edge technology, keeping company data secure and employee workflows unobstructed. So, who better to give us the pulse of the workplace than ITDMs?

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