"Woodside described the company’s goal as bridging “the file world and the file-less world,” meaning making it easy for teams to collaborate both internally and with outside partners. Dropbox itself runs its day-to-day meetings, proposals and pitches on Dropbox Paper, a collaborative editing app.Dropbox is all in on collaborative work, COO Dennis Woodside says - Recode
“Think about [Microsoft] Word,” he said of Paper. “Word was built initially 30 years ago. The core use case was by yourself. Now, most files, you don’t print at all, and the inherent use case ought to be collaborative.”"
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Dropbox is all in on collaborative work, COO Dennis Woodside says - Recode
Apparently missed the Microsoft Teams intro (and Office Online, introduced in 2008)