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.
When your team starts using a new service, the last thing they want is a big change in their workflow. That’s why we’ve partnered with all of your favorite apps to make sure Dropbox Business works the way your team does. Here are four ways Dropbox lets you do even more with popular tools—without interrupting your team’s workflow.
SMBs are the cornerstone of every industry. They start with a small group of passionate people, a big idea, and the hope of making an impact. And as the business evolves, you want the best for it. But if you’re still using legacy systems, you know the pain points they can cause: downtime or slowed workflows, at-risk files and data, a significant increase in IT support, and all the associated costs.
The global refugee crisis is one of the most urgent issues discussed in the news these days. For the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), though, this news cycle is hardly new. Back in 2008, Becca Heller founded IRAP as a student organization at Yale Law School. Today, they’re on the front lines providing legal representation to refugees in a challenging environment. We’re humbled to share the story of one of their clients in our short film, Resettled.
Marketing teams are often tethered to tight deadlines to deliver inspirational content and successful campaigns—so every minute of the workday counts. And when some of that work is completed by agencies and freelancers who charge by the hour, finding ways to help your team spend less time coordinating and more time creating becomes even more crucial.
After years of working together at another lighting design firm, Jody Pritchard and Kristin Peck had a bright idea in 2011: start their own company. They were also both new mothers, so instead of investing in office space, they worked from their homes on opposite ends of San Francisco. “We were looking to build a business that maintained the caliber of work we strive for, while also providing the flexibility we needed at home,” Peck says.