If you’re conducting research or co-authoring an academic paper with someone from afar, then you know there are sometimes bumps on the collaboration road. When your work or organization styles are different, things can often get confused, misplaced, or worse — overwritten or deleted. Instead of relying on email attachments and memory sticks, try using Dropbox Pro. These 3 tips will get you off to a great start.
According to David Baeza, there’s a huge opportunity for drones to help protect honey bees, save water, and improve crop yields around the world. This is because — according to David’s estimation — 80 percent of the world’s drones will be put to work in the agriculture industry by the year 2020. David is the co-founder of a company out of the Santa Ynez Valley in California called Vine-Rangers, which provides a “drones-as-a-service” product to help wine grape farmers maintain their vineyards more efficiently — and Dropbox is a critical part of the operation. Here’s how.