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Dropbox lets business users collaborate on documents
Dropbox has made it possible for business users to collaborate within the cloud storage service for documents and presentations. The collaboration tool works for Microsoft Office files, but is not yet available to consumers.
On his blog explains Dropbox that business users have been given the opportunity to work together online to documents and presentations. With Microsoft Office files such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint is to turn on the functionality shown a ‘badge’. There, users can see who else is working on a document and whether a newer version of the file is being worked on.
Dropbox says that online collaboration is part of Project Harmony, of which more later innovations will find their way to the cloud storage service. For now, only business users who have access to the early access program available online collaboration tools. It is unclear whether collaborate on Office files on term for consumers is possible.
The new functionality is an extension of the ever closer integration of Dropbox and Microsoft Office. Previously integrated Microsoft all file storage service in its Office software.Viewing:-134
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