Global strategic design firm Designit puts human needs at the core of its business. Since its founding in 1991, the company has been transforming real human needs into products, services, and experiences that improve the way people everywhere live, work, and do business. Their human-centered approach applies just as much to their end-users as it does to their own 480-person strong team. Today, we’re delighted to announce that Designit has deployed Dropbox Enterprise to centralize collaboration across all teams in its 13 global offices.
Stuck in a rut at work? Here are fresh takes on old tricks; things you can do to mix your workday up, that also have their own unique benefits.
If you haven’t done any spring cleaning yet, it’s not too late to get started. And where better to take aim than your overflowing email inbox? This might seem like a daunting task, but once it’s done, it feels great—especially if you can manage to keep your email clean and tidy. One simple way to accomplish this is to simply give your inbox a break. Here are a few ways to use Dropbox in place of email to share files, stay up to date, and work with feedback.
It’s been one exciting year since we launched the Dropbox London office. We’re proud to say that during this time we’ve grown our network, and now one in three UK internet users is on Dropbox, up from one in four at the beginning of 2015. Yesterday, we made a toast to this momentum at a wine tasting event with one of our Dropbox Business customers, Vivino.
Today, spreadsheets are more than just number crunchers — they’re super-flexible tools you can use to pull all kinds of information together quickly and easily. Here are four apps that work with your Dropbox to do the things those old accounting ledgers could only dream of.
This week, three new organizations, each leaders in their industries, have joined the list of over 100,000 customers now using Dropbox for Business. California State University, Fullerton, a large campus in Southern California, is the latest name in higher ed to roll it out. Tech giant Yahoo! and chemical producer FMC Corporation, both companies with large global reach, have also selected Dropbox for Business to help make it easier and faster for people to work together. By signing up, these three organizations are now part of a massive collaboration network made up of over 1.2 billion shared links and folders globally.