The arrival of cloud-based collaborative platforms reinvented company operations. Sharing files became easier than ever, drastically reducing limitations on hard drive storage. Since then, these platforms have evolved. Today, solutions are more robust in their reach. They’re designed to keep up with new devices on the market and serve an increasingly mobile workforce.
We’re dedicated to building trust with our customers across the globe, and helping them fit Dropbox into their compliance strategies. And with the compliance landscape regularly shifting, we strive to stay ahead of the curve as new standards and certifications are introduced. So today, we’re excited to announce three new certifications—CSA STAR Level 2, ISO 27017, and ISO 22301—and updates to our existing compliance measures.
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.
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.
As the new year approaches, many people in the industry are wondering what’s next for cloud computing in the business world. It’s a conversation you hear in the halls at Dropbox nearly every day—and the striking thing is how many of the ideas you’ll hear are about the impact of the cloud on the way people work together. And this is exactly where I see the cloud going in 2016.
Cloud computing has been successful because it gives companies a better way to operate. It empowers us to be more flexible, and makes change easier. Over the past few years,