Expanded partnerships give construction teams more ways to collaborate

Over the past decade, we’ve evolved from simple file storage to a more unified home for work. Throughout our evolution, we’ve seen more and more construction companies rely on Dropbox Business to support end-to-end collaboration with architecture and engineering companies. Let’s look at recent data and insights to put this momentum in context.

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Share files of any size with the Dropbox add-in for Microsoft Outlook

Want to bring the sharing power of Dropbox to your Microsoft Outlook inbox? The Dropbox add-in for Microsoft Outlook makes it easy. Now you can skip the big, cumbersome attachments and send a simple shared link instead. Here are three ways it can help you save time whenever you need to send a large file by email.

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How Dynamic Computing keeps teams in sync with Dropbox Business

Dynamic Computing, a Dropbox Services Partner based in Seattle, helps companies collaborate with Dropbox Business. Their customers not only save hours of productivity time every day, but save thousands of dollars in on-premise infrastructure by not adding additional servers. Here’s how Dynamic Computing and Dropbox Business help make that happen for multiple clients.

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Dropbox and Autodesk partner to help teams design and collaborate

With more than 1.5 billion .DWG files stored by our users, Dropbox has built one of the largest collaboration networks of AutoCAD design files in the world. To ensure the best experience possible for the many people using AutoCAD with Dropbox, we’re partnering with Autodesk to build deeper integrations and provide architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing professionals with new, innovative features.

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New network control capabilities help admins protect company data

When data flows, so does innovation. For admins in charge of guarding company data, though, the challenges can be daunting. As security threats become more fluid and harder to identify, risks can come from intentional attacks or accidents caused by user confusion. To guard against those risks, admins now need control over the flow of data itself. That’s why Dropbox created a new network control feature that allows admins to control access to the corporate network while their teams collaborate and share data.

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