Dropbox to Cut 16% of Global Workforce Says CEO Letter
Cloud storage service Dropbox announced on Thursday it will be cutting 16% of its global workforce, resulting in the loss of around 500 jobs. CEO Drew Houston sent an email to employees today revealing the cuts, which are becoming a trend in the tech industry amidst an economy that has yet to recover after the...
Dropbox Public Beta With macOS 12.3 Support to Launch in Q4
A public beta for full support of macOS will be available in early Q4. For now, you can still double-click to open files in Finder, while everything works as usual.
Dropbox CEO Confirms Apple Silicon Support Coming in 2022
Dropbox CEO Drew Houston has clarified the company's stance on supporting Apple Silicon.
Dropbox Mac App Still Doesn’t Support Apple Silicon [Update]
Dropbox still doesn't support Apple silicon, and the company says the issue still needs more votes before it can move ahead, leaving customers furious.
How to Fix Dropbox Not Working in macOS Big Sur Beta
Here's how to fix Dropbox not working in macOS Big Sur beta.
Dropbox Launches Invite-Only Password Manager Beta for iOS and Android
Dropbox is best known as an online storage and file hosting company.
Zoom Security Issues Well-Documented by Business Partners Like Dropbox
Former engineers at Dropbox say that that Zoom's vulnerabilities can be traced back a couple of years or more.
Outlook, WhatsApp, and More Extensions Now Available for Dropbox
Dropbox has nearly doubled the number of available Extensions.
Dropbox Announces New Features for its Premium Subscribers
The company has introduced three new features for users on its premium plans.
You Can Now Edit Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides Without Leaving Dropbox
The feature was unveiled today during the Google Cloud Next ’19 conference.
Dropbox Limits the Number of Linked Devices for Basic Accounts
Previously, Dropbox Basic Account users could link an unlimited number of devices.
Dropbox Launches Guides and Trainings for New and Pro Users
The new guides are aimed at helping users get the most out of Dropbox.