Security, simplified: 7 easy ways to protect company data

Protecting company data can be an intimidating task. With hackers constantly inventing new schemes, and every colleague a potential target, it’s no wonder that cybersecurity hiring has ramped up over the last several years. The reality, however, is that most successful attacks aren’t technically sophisticated—instead, they exploit common human errors. With this in mind, we compiled a list of simple security tips that anyone can understand and put into practice.

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How I collaborate

Organic collaboration is one of the things that inspires me the most. However, most of my collaborations occur online. They run through long threads of emails, texts, bulk file sharing—and the occasional selfie. I’ve been making music for about 10 years now, and over the last couple of years, I’ve taken up photography. I’m extremely passionate about both.

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We’re going to SXSW to find out how top creatives collaborate

Ever wonder why working as a team takes you farther than flying solo? At this year’s South by Southwest Conference & Festivals, we’ll be asking influencers how they work as bands, podcasters, comedy teams, and more. We want to learn how they get into the creative zone, take inspiration from others, and combine their talents to create something they couldn’t on their own.

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Dropbox Pro is now Dropbox Plus

We designed Dropbox Pro to give you more of the Dropbox you love. With 1 TB of storage, Pro lets you access and share all of your important files, big and small. Today, we’re giving Pro a new name to better reflect all the extra space it offers: Dropbox Plus. Don’t worry—the name is the only change we’re making. You’ll still get the same space and advanced features at the same price.

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People spend half the day on unproductive tasks—here’s how to fix it

You might put in eight hours a day at the office, but how much of that time is really spent on productive work? According to a McKinsey Global Institute study, only 39% of an employee’s time is spent on role-specific tasks. The other 61%? Slogging through email, trying to find a missing file, or syncing with co-workers. How do you save what time you can, and make sure the remaining moments count?

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