Dropbox has announced that Tony Ward, managing director of SurveyMonkey, will be taking over the mantle of the company’s ANZ Country Manager.
After nearly three years of service, Dropbox ANZ Country Manager Charlie Wood has departed from the company to launch his own startup, ‘CheckIn Safe’.
Plus Eight has announced that former Dropbox advisor Tim Brewer will be joining the program as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
New Zealand startup Zencastr is looking to help podcasters by providing an online platform to simplify and automate the podcasting process.
For Dropbox, the process of encouraging innovation internally has been distilled into a systemised recipe, finessed over years of experimentation.
We are constantly being told that innovation is the future, and that companies must innovate and embrace disruption or they will die. Beyond the buzzwords, however, we are not often given the definition of what innovation is and how this definition may change for a particular company, let alone the process of how a company […]
Dropbox has today launched Dropbox Education, looking to provide the best solution to meet the needs of educators and faculty in schools and universities around the world.
Dropbox has today launched a partnership with Melbourne startup Diverse City Careers (DCC) aimed at encouraging greater diversity within Australian workplaces. The partnership will see Dropbox give DCC, which runs a jobs board full of roles at organisations that share the startup’s same values of diversity, ongoing support to run educational events, campaigns, webinars, and produce other free resources
Dropbox has announced an extension to its partnership with Microsoft, with its new Dropbox app for Windows 10 launched to help customers work however and wherever they want. This comes after the partnership between the two companies in 2014, which Microsoft said has helped more than 17 million users get work done on the go.
There were several announcements made at Dropbox Open this week regarding how growing companies can utilise the platform even further. One of those announcements was the introduction of Dropbox Enterprise, a new product that has been designed to meet the requirements of the world’s largest businesses.
Over the years, one thing that’s become increasingly clear about Dropbox is that it plays the long game when it comes user acquisition. It doesn’t aim to convert users to paying customers overnight or over months, but over years.
“A year after joining Dropbox to run product engineering, Tido Carriero was asked to entirely re-architect the Dropbox platform to support multiple accounts. In order to accomplish this difficult engineering feat, Carriero needed to assemble his best engineers for the endeavor.” [Source: First Round Review]
Startup Daily recently sat down with International Chief Operating Officer for Dropbox, Dennis Woodside for a fireside chat about the company, its new partnerships within the Australian startup ecosystem and how founders can leverage the Dropbox API.
New Zealand cloud accounting software startup Xero has today announced a strategic partnership with Dropbox aimed at securing a significant share of the small business market.