Dropbox announces two new integrations with Microsoft Teams and Office 365.
Today at WWDC, we’re excited to announce the next step in our collaboration with Apple with the integration of Dropbox into the Files app for iOS 11.
We've updated the Dropbox app for Windows 10 to support Windows 10 S.
New updates to our iOS and Android mobile apps help you stay productive on the go.
We're excited to roll out our new, redesigned website to all users.
Dropbox launches a series of new products and business solutions that give teams the tools they need to be creative and productive.
Dropbox Paper helps fast-moving teams collaborate and share ideas, across the platforms and devices they rely on.
Dropbox introduces greater control for admins, and an expanded data center footprint.
Apple’s latest OS may impact the way Dropbox works on Macs; here are a few tips to keep things running smoothly.
Dropbox introduces new tools to simplify user workflows, and their workspace.
Enhanced group controls give Dropbox Business customers tools to manage and organize their teams.
EMM integrations allow admins to ensure their users are accessing team accounts from managed devices.
Dropbox files can now be easily share in Facebook's Messenger app.
Domain management tools make it easier for IT teams to onboard new employees, and manage access for existing teams.
Teams can now collaborate on Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents in a Dropbox shared folder.
Windows 10 users will be able to set up interactive notifications, comment on files, and log in securely with Windows Hello.