Millions of organizations around the world run on Dropbox, from Fortune 500 companies to local businesses. Read how other companies use Dropbox to work faster and collaborate more effectively.
Having all of our files local on everyone’s machine and backed up regularly is invaluable. Our rule of thumb has become: if it’s not in Dropbox, it doesn’t exist.
— Eric Friedman, Foursquare Director of Sales and Revenue Operations
With productivity at the forefront of their company mission, Asana puts great emphasis on making work as efficient as possible. Dropbox for Teams has become an integral part of the workflow at Asana—giving employees a centralized place to store files, and promoting workplace mobility by allowing them to access their stuff from anywhere.
As real-estate firm Avison Young expanded globally, the company quickly realized that purchasing and setting up a server for each office would be costly and cumbersome. Dropbox for Teams provided a lean, flexible, and cost-effective solution. It not only allowed for effortless mobile and remote access capabilities, but also freed up time for the IT department.