Over the next few weeks, you’ll start seeing an “Open” button when you preview a file on the web that already lives in the Dropbox folder on your computer. That button will open the file immediately in its native application.
At Dropbox, we want to be as transparent as possible about government requests for user information. We publish a Transparency Report twice a year to share the number of requests we’ve received, and we’ve laid out principles that guide how we handle these requests. Since today is international Data Privacy Day, it’s a perfect time to provide you with an update.
Today we’re excited to announce the next phase of our partnership with Microsoft: the Dropbox app is now available for Windows phones and tablets.
We’ve hopped the pond! Dropbox has set up shop in London, one of the world’s greatest technology hubs.
Keeping your information safe and secure is a top priority for us at Dropbox, and we think it’s important to keep you informed about how we do that. So while we share all of our big security updates with you as they happen, we know some folks want an even closer look. That’s why we put together this PDF, so you can dig even deeper into our work to protect your stuff in 2014.
We value the confidence you’ve put in us and take the responsibility of protecting your information very seriously.
It’s the start of a new year, which means millions of people are vowing to hit the gym, be more productive, and save money. That’s right, it’s New Year’s Resolutions time.
The harsh reality is that New Year’s Resolutions are hard to keep—but we can make that a little easier. Here’s how to achieve five of the most common resolutions, with help from Dropbox.
1. Be more organized
Nothing makes you feel less organized than having files—both physical and digital—scattered across computers, hard drives, filing cabinets, and folders. Try consolidating to Dropbox,