Dropbox Drops Into Sydney

Written by Computer Daily News      16/04/2014 | 09:23 | Category: CONTENT & DOWNLOADS

Dropbox, a cloud storage service that lets users store and share documents, photos and videos via an online folder, is opening an office in Sydney - its first in the Asia-Pacific region.

Dropbox Drops Into Sydney

 "We're delighted to establish our new home in Australia," said Dennis Woodside, chief operating officer at Dropbox.

"By opening our first Asia-Pacific office in Sydney, we gain access to Australia's great pool of talent, and can serve more local users and businesses as we continue to grow."

The initial goal of Dropbox's Sydney office, he said, is to hire for a variety of positions, particularly in sales and user operations. 

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