What do the creator of Python, an intellectual property lawyer, and a recent college grad have in common? They all work at Dropbox, which was named one of LinkedIn’s Top 100 Most InDemand Employers in North America this week.
Welcome to the first post in our Dropbox University Insights series. In these posts, we’ll take aggregated usage data from Dropbox users at universities around the world, and surface interesting trends.
Every day, millions of university students around the world rely on Dropbox to get their work done. They’re using Dropbox to contribute to group projects, turn in assignments, and work with their campus organizations. Those same students are also using Dropbox to enrich their lives by applying for internships, planning trips abroad, and sharing memories with friends.
Dropbox is built to support you — no matter what you make or how you make it. It’s why we’re focused on building simple ways to work from anywhere, with anyone, on any type of file. We believe that when you’re free to work how you want ideas flow more freely, work becomes a little more fun, and everyone creates more interesting things.
With more than 18 billion PDF files stored in Dropbox, they’re critical to how many of our users get work done. In fact, they’re one of the most common business file types in Dropbox. So we asked ourselves, how can we make working with PDFs even easier in Dropbox? That’s the idea behind our new partnership with Adobe. We’re releasing the first phase of the partnership today, with even deeper mobile integrations to follow in the coming months.
Previously available just for Dropbox for Business users, the badge is available today for everyone on Dropbox — so you can work more efficiently with anyone, right from your Microsoft Office file.