Dropbox is a cloud storage and synchronization solution that lets you back up files online and sync folders across multiple devices. The free version offers 2GB of storage, while the paid version offers 2TB for a monthly fee of $11.99.
eSignatures and integrations with major apps — such as Zoom, Canva, and Slack — are available. Dropbox also works with all operating systems. When using Dropbox for business, the pricing can get expensive, starting at $15 per user per month.
DropBox is a convenient, and again: FREE, way to store and share files. We use Dropbox when we need to have a client send us photos, graphics and videos – anything with substantial size that might be a pain to email. It allows for easy organization into folders, and of course secure sharing so only the people you want to get it, actually get it.
There’s a paid and more robust version of Dropbox, but I’ve found that if you keep it cleaned up and remove the items you no longer need, the free space is enough for us.
The majority of our company-wide file storage and sharing happens in Dropbox.