This year has seen businesses across the world face some pretty unusual challenges. With many organisations well underway in their digital transformation journey, the need to pivot and evolve to cope with the new hybrid working model means changes across the entire technology stack.
With new guidelines and unique work/life balancing situations, many employees are working from home much more than they did, and some are desperate to get back to the office as soon as possible! Organizations of all sizes are now having to adapt to a new hybrid working model, and evolve their technology quickly to suit a range of employee needs.
This has led many to realise certain areas of their business need changing for good - not least when it comes to how they collaborate and share ideas.
Dropbox has been one of the pioneers in helping organisations embrace the idea of a hybrid workforce, offering a number of easy-to-use services to support workers at home, in the office, or out in the world.
Far from just calling a meeting or even sharing a video call, solutions for file server replacement have become paramount for businesses looking to make sure their workers can stay in touch and share ideas, no matter where in the world they are.
Setting up Dropbox as an alternative to file servers is a smooth and stress-free process, allowing businesses to scale their digital transformation process quickly, meaning nothing gets lost or left behind. There are also extra tools for maintaining administrative and access rights too, meaning all your vital information stays secure and only visible to those who need it.
Moving to the cloud brings a number of benefits, not least in improved flexibility and security, and Dropbox is already compliant with a wide range of regulations, whether that’s within the industry or at a government level.
TechRadar Pro has teamed up with Dropbox to present a webinar on exactly what benefits file server replacement technology can provide, no matter your industry or the size of your business.