- Sharing Files and Content
- Mobile Access
- Technical Support
- Software as a Service
- Customized Deployment
- Uses Social Standards
April 30, 2013
Dropbox is so easy and it has a simple, pretty platform. I’ve never had any trouble using it. I love being able to collaborate without cluttering email with data and allowing others to easily access files: people at work, my dad can get to the family photos, etc. I really like Dropbox.(more...)
January 26, 2013
I love Dropbox as well, however, lately they have had an issue with the shared file url. I send customers the url to view their content I have uploaded on Dropbox, but Dropbox only plays a portion of the file, they have to download to view the rest of the file. This has only been a recent issue, so by the time you finish reading my review they might have fixed it. But, other than that, Dropbox is great, a useful tool for managing and sharing your files. I have found that ability to add storage to Dropbox just by referring others or connecting a certain device is great.(more...)
April 17, 2012
I have been using dropbox for over two years now and for the minimal cost of document storage it is a great solution for simple tasks. The best feature of dropbox is the integration into the Mac OSX where documents can be accessed straight from the top tool bar.(more...)
May 30, 2012
Because of its easy of use, Dropbox appeals to anyone from a high school student to a seasoned professional. Dropbox is flexible, adaptable, and can transform from personal use to the workplace. Private folders are ideal for photo storage, while still maintaining the ability to share select files with your loved ones. Since it has a smartphone app, Dropbox is everywhere you want it to be.(more...)
May 17, 2012
Personally, I’ve used drop-box across work/home pc’s, using both Windows and Mac. I’ve also used it on my droid phone as well as my iPad.
It works fine, for personal use.
Feature/function is not the issue from a Enterprise perspective. Security is the concern and there have been a few, well publicized issues.
For our Enterprise, we went with Sharefile (owned by Citrix). In addition to the cloud file storage, it has a great outlook plug-in for sending large files.(more...)
April 13, 2012
I was intro’d to Dropbox through a collaborative project with team members in Denver, California, Maryland, and elsewhere. I found it to be so similar to Windows Explorer that I could barely tell the difference, and I look forward to using it again.(more...)