The University of Manchester in the UK is one of the largest and most progressive educational institutes in the world, and today we’re delighted to announce that it has deployed Dropbox Business to its staff.
As one of the most respected educational institutions in the world, IESE Business School has established a presence across the globe. Today, we’re delighted to announce that IESE has deployed Dropbox Business to its staff, including researchers, academics, admissions, and sales people.
What do the discovery of the first human cancer gene, the world’s best known search engine, and lithium-ion batteries have in common? They all have their roots in basic research conducted at universities. Today, universities are still leading the charge, performing the majority of the world’s basic research. And they’re doing it together—modern research is increasingly a global and collaborative process. We analyzed usage patterns across the world among the more than 6,000 universities on Dropbox to learn more.
California State University, Fullerton introduced Dropbox on campus in 2014. Today, faculty members, students, and staff may collaborate in a variety of ways using Dropbox Education, using shared folders, file requests, and commenting.
We’re proud that Dropbox is now deployed in over 4,000 educational institutions worldwide, including a few of our newest education customers: Teachers College of Columbia University, Chapman University, Carleton College, Edinboro University, and The Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
When Davidson College was looking for a collaboration platform to replace its legacy server, it put aside guesswork and checklists. Instead, the IT team pit Dropbox against three competitors in a series of tests designed to find the best tool for the job. In the end, Dropbox for Education was selected as Davidson’s choice for its faculty, staff, and students.