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Dropbox steps ups European commitment with local signing


Dropbox has announced the appointment of Philip Lacor, who will act as the new VP for EMEA Sales, based out of the Dublin office.

Dropbox opens Hamburg office to reduce US/EU data concerns

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Dropbox has announced the opening of its latest European office, branching into the German market ahead of plans to open a new data centre in Europe latter in the year.

Dropbox launches Project Infinite to bolster mobility capabilities

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Speaking at Dropbox Open London, Dropbox has announced the launch of Project Infinite, a new offering which the company claims meets expectations on how people find, access, and collaborates with large amounts of data.

Salesforce and Dropbox launch on Facebook’s messenger platform

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Salesforce and Dropbox are two of the first to launch service offerings on Facebook’s new messenger platform.

Dropbox drops Amazon Web Services for in-house system

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Dropbox has announced that it will no longer be utilizing Amazon Web Service’s cloud infrastructure, favouring its own in-house solution.

Dropbox celebrates 500 million users

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Just over nine years since the launch of its file hosting service Dropbox has announced it has reached the milestone of 500 million users.

Box, Dropbox and Egnyte offer cloud storage options for Office

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Microsoft has announced new co-authoring features for users of Office Mobile and Office Online who store their files with cloud services such as Box, Dropbox and Egnyte.

Adobe tweaks Document Cloud to unblock Dropbox and make e-signing easier


Adobe has announced two improvements to document management in the cloud, by making PDF files more manageable in Dropbox and solving one of the snags in electronic document signing.

Dropbox promotes former Google engineer to infrastructure lead

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Dropbox has promoted one of its lead engineers, Akhil Gupta, to vice president of infrastructure, the latest in a series of executive shakeups at the firm.

Dropbox sets the enterprise in its sights with new hires

Dropbox is boosting its investment in personnel to add enterprise users

Cloud storage provider Dropbox is doubling down on the enterprise, hiring experts in traditional small and medium size IT channel and direct sales and product design to help gain traction with businesses.