We’re always looking for ways to bring Dropbox to more people, so today, we’re announcing new partnerships with telecom providers around the world. With over 70% of our users located outside the US, expanding our international footprint is a priority. And these partnerships, along with the four offices we opened across the globe in 2015, will do just that — bring us closer to users, anywhere they live.
With 400 million people and 2.1 billion sharing connections around the world, Dropbox is quickly becoming one of the world’s largest collaboration platforms. One in three users joined because someone else invited them, while the average Dropbox for Business user is connected with seven other businesses through Dropbox. In short, Dropbox becomes even more valuable when your friends, family, and co-workers are using it along with you.
Welcome to the second 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.
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.