Today’s workplace is in constant state of flux. As technology and company cultures evolve, so do the expectations placed on IT decision makers (ITDMs). They’re responsible for finding and implementing cutting-edge technology, keeping company data secure and employee workflows unobstructed. So, who better to give us the pulse of the workplace than ITDMs?
Last fall, we introduced Dropbox Showcase, a new way to present and track your work, all in one place. We originally launched this feature to individuals on our Professional plan and Business users through our early access program. Today, we’re rolling it out to all Dropbox Business Advanced and Enterprise teams—and adding new functionality to help you more easily create, customize, and control your showcases.
Voted one of CIO Magazine’s Top 100 UK CIOs in 2016, Mark Evans may be best known as a visionary Head of IT who made Rider Levett Bucknall one of the first companies in the construction industry to implement a zero-infrastructure model.
Managing hard drive space is difficult enough when it’s just your own files. When you start sharing data team-wide, though, that problem only gets worse. How can your laptop’s hard drive keep up with the terabytes and terabytes of data your team’s storing? So today, we’re bringing Dropbox Business users and admins two features to help escape hard drive constraints: Smart Sync and team selective sync.
From e-commerce, to e-health, to fintech, the digital revolution is making its way to Germany and shaking things up across all industries. Though research suggests the country is currently operating at only 10% of its digital potential, Germany is poised to fully embrace digitalization. And the opportunities are almost endless.
Accountability is not a new concept in data protection. The existing EU Data Protection Directive incorporates principles of transparency and fairness, and requires organizations to be responsible and accountable for their processing of personal data.
Over the past decade, we’ve evolved from simple file storage to a more unified home for work. Throughout our evolution, we’ve seen more and more construction companies rely on Dropbox Business to support end-to-end collaboration with architecture and engineering companies. Let’s look at recent data and insights to put this momentum in context.