Last fall, we introduced Dropbox Showcase, a new way to present and track your work, all in one place. We originally launched this feature to individuals on our Professional plan and Business users through our early access program. Today, we’re rolling it out to all Dropbox Business Advanced and Enterprise teams—and adding new functionality to help you more easily create, customize, and control your showcases.
Managing hard drive space is difficult enough when it’s just your own files. When you start sharing data team-wide, though, that problem only gets worse. How can your laptop’s hard drive keep up with the terabytes and terabytes of data your team’s storing? So today, we’re bringing Dropbox Business users and admins two features to help escape hard drive constraints: Smart Sync and team selective sync.
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.
Better teams make better businesses. But as teamwork has become more fluid, our tools haven’t kept up. Instead of bringing teams together, they’re siloing the content those teams create. Let’s face it—collaboration has become a chore. We want to bring back the joy of working together. As we head into the next chapter of file sync and share, we’re excited to announce new features that make collaboration simple and efficient.
Last August, we announced the open beta for Dropbox Paper, a flexible workspace designed to help teams grow ideas together, from start to finish. To help admins protect company data while their teams collaborate and share docs, we extended core AdminX controls from Dropbox Business to Paper. Today, we’ll take a closer look at how these new tools give Dropbox Business customers more visibility and control over the way company info is accessed and shared in Paper.
There was a time when the idea of one person having multiple computers was a far-off theoretical concept. But today, computers, which now include mobile devices like phones and tablets, are dramatically more common. Having multiple devices—sometimes more than one of each type—is often the norm, which presents a unique challenge. Since IT needs at least some control over every device storing business data, limiting the number of devices with access is essential. Today, we’ll take a look at how we’re answering this need with our recently introduced device approvals feature.