Global partnership will deliver powerful new collaboration and communication capabilities to Dropbox and Zoom users.
In his first Dreamforce appearance since 2013, Drew chatted with Marc Benioff about the importance of company culture, community engagement, and taking the long view.
We’ve completely rebuilt our search engine to improve performance and reliability, maintain strong privacy safeguards, and incorporate our machine intelligence platform.
Drew participated in an interview with Jim Cramer of Mad Money from Dreamforce talking about our viral growth, unique business model, and growth strategy.
We’re weaving our unique approach to machine intelligence into all of our products and surfaces through the Dropbox intelligence initiative (DBXi).
A decade after competing in the startup battlefield, Drew returns to talk about the shift from private company to public company and why it’s important to begin with the end in mind.
Listen to an in-depth conversation with Tim on Drew's favorite books for startup founders, getting into Y Combinator, and the long road to getting the dropbox.com domain.
CEO Drew Houston talked with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on Tuesday about what’s it’s like to run a public company and shared his perspective following our Q2 earnings report.
After four great years, Dennis Woodside is stepping down as COO of Dropbox, and Yamini Rangan and Lin-Hua Wu are joining our management team.
Today we announced financial results for our second fiscal quarter ending June 30, 2018.
We’re thrilled to welcome Adam Nash as our new VP of Product and Naman Khan as our VP of Product Marketing and Global Campaigns.
New integration with Gmail makes it easier to collaborate, centralize content, and connect Dropbox to workflows.
Gartner’s Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors within a particular market segment based on their completeness of vision and their ability to execute.
Partnerships expand to support media and entertainment teams that created more than one billion files last year.
In a recent survey, Paper users shared some of the ways they use the collaborative workspace.
Our Magic Pocket data centers will be first to deploy SMR at exabyte scale, and we’ll provide open-source software enabling other companies to follow suit.
Dropbox is updating the mobile app, with new features that help users keep work moving from anywhere.
Today we announced financial results for our first fiscal quarter ending March 31, 2018.
Dropbox is updating its AdminX initiative to give admins even more visibility into and control over their teams' data usage.
Today Dropbox is helping Paper users turn any doc into a shareable template in this new feature update.
We'll report financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2018 after market close on Thursday, May 10, 2018, and hold a conference call on the same day at 2:00 PM Pacific Time to discuss our financial results with the investment community.
We’re rolling Showcase out to Dropbox Business Advanced and Enterprise teams—and adding new functionality to help users create, customize, and control their showcases more easily.
The CLOUD Act is a first step towards modernizing the rules governing cross-border law enforcement access to data. Here’s why we’re advocating for further reforms to protect user privacy.
Previously available to Dropbox Professional users and Business teams through our early access program, we’re now bringing Smart Sync to all Business users.
Dropbox (NASDAQ: DBX) today announced that the underwriters of its initial public offering exercised in full their option to purchase an additional 5,400,000 shares of Class A common stock at the initial public offering price of $21.00 per share, less underwriting discounts.
Expanded partnerships give construction teams more ways to collaborate.
The BBC has selected Dropbox Enterprise as its strategic storage and collaboration platform for its entire workforce.
Strategic partnership between Salesforce and Dropbox connects #1 CRM platform with leading collaboration platform to enable companies of all sizes to collaborate better and more deeply connect with their customers.
Video broadcast of Dropbox engineers discussing its infrastructure with Tech Field Day
Dropbox plans to launch six new points of presence across four countries in 2018, partnering with Equinix to ensure fast private connection to its network.
This collaboration will provide users with native access to Dropbox and G Suite functionality
The Dropbox Foundation will focus on promoting and protecting human rights by partnering with impactful nonprofits around the world.
More about our People, Programs and Progress in 2017
Dropbox users can now see a quick preview of files created in XD—Adobe’s latest solution for designing, prototyping, and sharing user experiences.
Don Blair brings more than three decades of financial and management expertise on a global scale.
With a newly optimized iPad experience, new mobile and calendar features, Dropbox Paper users will be able to stay even better connected at work and on the go.
We’re excited to welcome the Verst team to Dropbox! For more information about the team and their work, check out their post here.
University of Sydney has signed a 67,000-seat agreement to bring Dropbox to their whole population “creating a collaborative environment that fosters excellence and innovation.”
Dropbox users have stored more than 1.5 billion .DWG files and now we're partnering with Autodesk to build deeper integrations with new, innovative features.
We're launching Dropbox Showcase so users can share content professionally and measure client engagement and bringing the industry’s first cross-platform on-demand storage solution, Smart Sync, to individual users.
Dropbox has signed a lease for all 736,000 square feet of office space at The Exchange on 16th beginning in 2019.
This new brand design reflects our passion: building tools that help teams unleash their creative energy, and find focus and flow in the process.
Dropbox General Counsel Bart Volkmer shares an update from his trip to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s leadership conference in DC to discuss privacy and the proper limits to government access to data stored in the cloud.
Company reaches new milestone with more than 2B API calls per day and over 500,000 developers building connections to leading applications and tools.
In response to the the effects of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Dropbox has evolved our original Fund to respond to the needs of communities impacted by both hurricanes.
Dropbox has built a global backbone network to improve performance by connecting our data centers in North America to each other and to our edge nodes around the world.
With Dropbox support for the new Files app, HEIF photos, and HEVC video, users will save time and be able to collaborate from anywhere more easily.
With Dropbox Paper for Slack, a customer's content and conversations stay together seamlessly as they move between the two tools.
World-class leader brings over three decades of experience to Dropbox advisory role.
Dropbox partners with Bright Funds to drive donations to five relief organizations.
New design tool integrations and a host of organization features make it even easier for teams to find the content they need.
Tech executive brings 22 years of product leadership experience, including overseeing billion-dollar businesses at Microsoft and, more recently, SAP.
Over 500 IT integrators and resellers participated in ChannelPro-SMB’s survey.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors on their vision, and their ability to execute on that vision.
When employees connect to the cloud using apps they know and love, they can make the best use of their time. Here are five ways Dropbox integrations can help.
Dropbox is committed to protecting the rights of our users, and being transparent about how we handle government requests for user data.
We’re excited to share that Dropbox has been named among the top 5 companies on Forbes’ annual Cloud 100 list for the second consecutive year.
Dropbox strongly favors a free and open internet with fair rules that promote competition, choice, and innovation.
In an interview with Inc., Dropbox co-founder and CEO Drew Houston shares a lesson he learned about leadership.
The new Dropbox security checkup tool makes it easier than ever for our users to improve their account security.