Dropbox is a global collaboration platform where content is created, accessed, and shared. With more than 500 million registered users across 180 countries, we’re on a mission to unleash the world’s creative energy by designing a more enlightened way of working. Dropbox is available for Windows, Mac, or Linux PCs, as well as Android and iOS mobile devices.
Dropbox was founded in June 2007 by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi. It launched in September 2008 as a simple way for people to have their files wherever they are, and share them easily. The simplicity of the product combined with the reliability of the sync led consumers to bring Dropbox to work to empower collaboration. Over 300,000 teams have adopted Dropbox Business, and there are over 500 million registered Dropbox users around the world. Download our Company Fact Sheet (PDF) to learn more.
In 2011, Dropbox launched a product for teams. This became the foundation for Dropbox Business, which launched in 2013. Dropbox Business gives companies visibility and control over critical business data, streamlining collaboration for teams large and small. In 2015, Dropbox announced Dropbox Enterprise, introducing new deployment tools, advanced controls, and services and support designed specifically for large organizations. In 2016, Dropbox introduced Dropbox Paper and Smart Sync. In 2017, the company announced Dropbox Professional, including Dropbox Showcase, and the new Dropbox Business offering, Dropbox Advanced.
Using the Dropbox platform, developers have built integrations with Facebook, 1Password, Autodesk, Adobe EchoSign, Notability, CareerBuilder, Vimeo, HP, DocuSign, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace, Samsung and more. Dropbox has also released the Dropbox Business API alongside more than 20 enterprise integrations, to make Dropbox Business a more powerful and secure solution for business collaboration.