Dropbox is a tool for collaborators and people tired of keeping up with external hard drives. Many businesses today focus heavily on cross-divisional collaboration so they might fully harness the sums potential.
Dropbox allows users to share and store files with a simple click and drag of the mouse. I understand that cloud storage is relatively new and there are many questions surrounding it, but know this, there is no easier way to instantly store and share files with colleagues.
The Dropbox smartphone application does come with a few features that can be handy in a pinch. It gives you the freedom to access and upload new files on the go and is, for the most part, hassle free.
Dropbox for mobile devices hasn’t yet been perfected and will periodically lag, causing some annoyances, but nothing a few extra seconds of patience can’t fix. Keep in mind, the issues associated with the Dropbox app are minor, and should not deter anyone from downloading it.
Anyone can download the Dropbox app, but if you haven’t purchased a plan then the app will do you no good. Pricing isn’t too expensive and thankfully Dropbox has done away with packages, leaving businesses with a flat rate of $15 per user/employee and unlimited storage space. If you’re interested, there is a free option if you would like to give it a test run, though you will be limited to 2GB of storage.