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.
What does the store of the future look like? That’s the question that iQmetrix tried to answer earlier this year at the National Retail Federation’s annual convention in New York City. Using refurbished shipping containers, the Vancouver-based retail software company created an experience in which customers could use virtual reality technology to test out surfboards or customize their own car.
The adidas Group is one of the world’s premier sports brands, employing more than 55,000 people across the globe. As a leader in the sporting goods industry with teams working together all around the world, the adidas Group needs a powerful collaboration platform to get things done effectively, and securely. So we’re excited to announce that the adidas Group has successfully implemented Dropbox Enterprise to make it easier for their employees to work together.
The 2016 Sundance Film Festival recently faded to black, but staff is already gearing up for next year’s event. That’s because every year, the Festival’s programming team must winnow more than 12,000 film submissions to 200 official selections. Finding the very best independent films is a big undertaking, requiring collaboration among programmers. With the Festival having premiered many films that have gone on to win Oscars—like Boyhood and Whiplash—screening thousands of submissions is a high-stakes production.
Dropbox for Business customers are big sharers. But while using Dropbox to share your files is easy, collecting files from other people can be more difficult. So today, we’re excited to introduce a new way for Dropbox for Business users to get the files they need: file requests.