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Dropbox News How Dropbox can help teams in emergencies 29 October 2019Read more
IT The conventional IT strategy is broken — but this CIO is fixing it

In two weeks, I’ll interview CIO of Mazars Spain, David Marcelino, on stage at Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo in Barcelona.

As Dropbox prepares to attend the symposium, I’ve been reflecting on something that David and I have been talking about: conventional IT strategies are broken.

28 October 2019Read more
Future of Work Dropbox Connect:
4 key takeaways
10 October 2019Read more
Dropbox News Introducing Dropbox Spaces 25 September 2019Read more
Dropbox News Making life easier for IT: The new Dropbox Business 25 September 2019Read more
Dropbox News Meet the new Dropbox 11 June 2019Read more
DPP Report into digital transformation in production
Media Evidence of the changing production business: a DPP Report 12 July 2018Read more
Dropbox and Geant Partnership for Education and Research
Education Future-proofing education: Dropbox and GÉANT working together 10 July 2018Read more
Dropbox Media Partnerships
Media How Dropbox partnerships are pushing the media industry forward 19 June 2018Read more
D&AD New Blood
Industry Stories Searching for D&AD New Blood: Fuelling the next generation’s creative energy with Dropbox Paper 26 April 2018Read more
Dropbox Showcase
Industry Stories Dropbox Showcase has new functionality, now available for business teams 17 April 2018Read more
BBC choose Dropbox for Collaboration and Storage
Media Dropbox selected as storage and collaboration platform for major broadcaster 19 March 2018Read more
Media How media production companies are making digital waves 9 March 2018Read more
Media Dropbox at Sundance Film Festival 2018 17 January 2018Read more
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