Dropbox for Business now connects to personal accounts
Dropboxusers - all 200 million to date - will be happy to hear that Dropbox for Business accounts will now connect withpersonal accounts. This is great news for power Dropbox users, as they can now dabble with both personal and business accounts without having to sign in and sign out.
"People wanted to access their personal stuff at work; meanwhile, IT admins wanted to keep company data separate and free of personal files. Both needs were real, but people had to choosebetween two Dropboxes," the company writes on its official blog.
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