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Six ways to make your Dropbox even more secure

One of the most common concerns we hear at Dropbox is what steps can be taken to help secure an account

Four more ways to be more productive in the office

Take a look at these global statistics on the value of a nations GDP per hours worked. 


10 steps to kill your fear of public speaking

Discover your story

The fear of public speaking is very real, with the average person ranking public speaking higher than death when it comes to fear. Don’t overthink it. Start by asking yourself, “what message do I want them to remember?” and let that be the foundation of your presentation.

Driving collaboration between designers and engineers

How to harness different perspectives for better results.

How to say no at work 

Why saying no is often one of the best things you can do.

5 Steps to Redesigning Your Workflow with Dropbox Showcase

Introducing a new tool to elevate your creative workflow and present your ideas. 

Ten Workplace Trends That Are Here to Stay

1. Working from anywhere

There’s little doubt that communication and collaboration technologies have made working remotely easier and more effective. The need for a central working office is no longer a must thanks to technologies like video conferencing and file sharing, and it’s no surprise that the move remote has made Aussie employees happier and companies more productive.

2. The 24-hour workday

Trust Your Gut: How instinct can lead to faster and better decisions

Gut feel is a hard thing to describe. Butterflies, tingling, or just an overwhelming sense that something is wrong can all be classified as gut feelings. Much like the feelings that come from it, many people find it hard to identify what exactly a gut feeling is, or where it comes from. 

How to get 80% of your results from 20% of your work

Pareto, an Italian economist and avid gardener, noticed that 80% of all his beans come from only 20% of his pea pods. After comprehensive research, Pareto found that the principle held across many other countries and industries. 

The theory can be applied to almost anything within business. For example, 20% of your customers may be responsible for 80% of revenue or 20% of an advertising budget may drive 80% of conversions. This ratio doesn’t have to be fixed, but the important message is that inputs and outputs in work (and life) are not necessarily evenly correlated.

Future proof your career: The guide to never being out of work

Will my job be outsourced to artificial intelligence? Will my skills be obsolete in 2/5/10 years time? The solution to avoid obsolescence may be a trait called T-Skills – and it’s something you can work on today. 

What is a T-shaped person?