Dropbox unveils video app, updates AI tools and web interface for new era of work

Dropxbox is debuting a host of updates to its platform at its Work in Progress user conference in New York this week — including the launch of a new all-in-one video tool, a website redesign, and enhancements to Dropbox Dash and Dropbox AI — as well as revamping its subscription plans.

The updates are part of the Dropbox’s mission to design tools that power a new era of distributed work, the company says.

“Our digital environments were never designed to be our primary work spaces. People are experiencing information overload and disjointed workflows at unprecedented levels, leading to a waste of brain power on ‘work about work’,” said Drew Houston, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox, in a news release Tuesday.

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​ Dropxbox is debuting a host of updates to its platform at its Work in Progress user conference in New York this week — including the launch of a new all-in-one video tool, a website redesign, and enhancements to Dropbox Dash and Dropbox AI — as well as revamping its subscription plans.The updates are part of the Dropbox’s mission to design tools that power a new era of distributed work, the company says.“Our digital environments were never designed to be our primary work spaces. People are experiencing information overload and disjointed workflows at unprecedented levels, leading to a waste of brain power on ‘work about work’,” said Drew Houston, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox, in a news release Tuesday.To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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