Dropbox will be launching two additional products, which emphasise cross-platform collaboration and storage.
Dropbox Product Launch
CEO of Dropbox, Drew Houston, made the announcement during a recent event in California.
While reaching the milestone is certainly an achievement, it still lags some way behind such competitors as Salesforce. The company had enjoyed its very first billion-dollar quarter four years ago. However, Dropbox now ranks among just five firms to reach the figure.
The new services, as described in a blog post on the company’s website, include Dropbox Paper. The beta service launch was in August, which enables collaboration. The other service is Smart Sync – once known as Dropbox Infinite – which is the first cross-platform, on-demand cloud storage service in the industry.
Houston said in a company statement:
“We’re redesigning Dropbox to be fundamentally designed for teams. We’re reinventing sync, bringing a modern collaboration experience to all your files, and launching Paper, a new way to work together that goes beyond the document…and we’re building this all on top of a strong business foundation.”
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