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Dropbox has announced that Professional and Business Standard accounts will receive an additional terabyte of space for no added fee.
Dropbox has introduced new tools to simplify data security for Dropbox Business teams across all types of organisations.
Dropbox has announced that its presentation tool Dropbox Showcase is available to all Dropbox Business Advanced and Enterprise Teams and has added a new functionality to make the creation, customisation and control of showcases much easier.
Dropbox and Salesforce have announced a strategic partnership to connect Salesforce’s CRM platform with Dropbox’s collaboration platform, enabling companies of all types and sizes to collaborate and connect with their customers across sales, service,...
Dropbox has announced a partnership with Google Cloud to deliver a more unified home for work.
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