Dropbox Spaces should help even more users collaborate remotely


Dropbox has introduced the next iteration of its collaboration software Dropbox Spaces with the aim of making it easier for teams working from home to get organized, collaborate and work securely from anywhere.

According to a recent Economist Intelligence Unit study, remote workers have reported that their working hours have increased as has the volume of work, risk of miscommunication and difficulty working with multiple collaborators. By adding several new workflow features along with new enterprise security features and certifications, Dropbox aims to address these challenges and more with Dropbox Spaces 2.0.




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