Dropbox


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Dropbox

(1) (drop box) A folder used as a staging area. For example, in iMovie on the Mac, videos dragged to the drop box will be imported the next time the application is run.

(2) A popular cloud storage service from Dropbox, Inc. (www.dropbox.com) that is used to transfer abd synchronize files between desktop and mobile devices. Introduced in 2008, Dropbox is available in free and paid versions. After installing the Dropbox client application in their computers, users drag files into their "My Dropbox" folder, which become available in the My Dropbox folders of other machines and designated users. Files can be kept private or made public, allowing anyone with Internet access and a Web browser to download them. See cloud storage.
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William Blair analyst Jason Ader says Dropbox last night reported a "solid beat-and-raise quarter." Bears, however, will point to weaker than expected average revenue per user expansion and billings growth, as well as a smaller revenue beat than what Dropbox has delivered in prior quarters, Ader tells investors in a research note titled "Confidence-Building Print in Face of Heightened Scrutiny." Amid the recent negativity that has weighed on Dropbox shares, and the changes to product pricing and features, the analyst views the guidance raise to Q3 and 2019 and revenue as a "welcome relief." The positives in Dropbox's business "significantly outweigh the negatives at this juncture," says Ader, who keeps an Outperform rating on the shares.
Although Dropbox Inc (NASDAQ: DBX) reported mixed results for the second quarter, the stock has catalysts ahead, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Summary: California [USA], July 10 (ANI): File sharing service Dropbox is introducing a new feature that will allow you to send more files at once.
With updates to the Dropbox desktop experience, dropbox.com, and the mobile app, users get a single workspace designed to bring files, fragmented work tools, and teams together.
Software giant Dropbox reinvented its platform yesterday as it attempts to present a significant challenge to the likes of Google and Microsoft in managing the way workers collaborate with one another.
The United States has announced the immediate suspension of interview waivers for renewals, otherwise known as the 'Dropbox' process, in Nigeria.
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The acquisition highlights Dropbox's aggressive push into commercial and enterprise customers as the company aims to provide more value and beef up its (https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/06/04/3-things-dropbox-management-wants-you-to-know.aspx) software-as-a-service business model .
29 January 2019 - California, US-based global collaboration platform Dropbox, Inc.
India, July 26 -- In March, online file-sharing company Dropbox and Google announced a partnership to develop cross-platform integrationthat connect G-Suite cloud productivity tools and content ( Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Hangouts ) with the file-sharing service.
But at least in the case of Dropbox, an online file-sharing company, it's still possible to defy them.