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Three Hot Topics from the Dropbox Cleveland Indians Event

Posted by Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner on Aug 24, 2017

Dropbox event Cleveland at Progressive FieldOnix and Dropbox hosted guests at a Cleveland Indians game on August 22, 2017. Dropbox covered best practices when implementing a secure strategic collaboration tool for your team. While the weather wasn’t the greatest, the conversation was.

Here are three, well, four key topics discussed:

  1. How companies can utilize Dropbox to create a secure file sharing environment for their employees.
  2. “Officially” allowing users to utilize Dropbox within your organization empowers them since it's likely what they already know, love, and use. Don’t make them use it in secret behind the scenes!
  3. Adopting Dropbox to be at the center of your businesses architecture for file storage and sharing makes good sense. It works with any file type and size, giving employees one place to work and collaborate.
  4. Full disclosure: There was significant discussion about Kyrie Irving being traded to the Boston Celtics as it happened during the Indians game.

Our guests were able to network with IT peers while learning how Dropbox can improve collaboration. Keep an eye out for upcoming events in your area!

Dropbox Event Cleveland

Dropbox Event Cleveland

Topics: Cloud Infrastructure, Events

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Join us at our Cleveland Indians Suite on August 22, 2017.

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Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner

Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner

Carly joined the Onix marketing team in 2013. She is the Events Planner at Onix, planning corporate and employee events. Working alongside Google, AWS and Onix Account Managers, she produces events throughout North America for prospective customers interested in cloud offerings. While Carly spends her days as Onix's events queen, she's no stranger to the royal life. She and her husband, Richard, once ruled Ohio's Medina High School as prom queen and king.

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