Remote work has its challenges—but plenty of benefits, too.
For most of us, the move to remote work was a necessity—and it hasn’t always been easy. There’s no denying it, video calls just aren’t the same as meeting in person. We’re all missing casual interactions with friends and colleagues. And yet, we’ve also gained more time with our families, our pets, and our hobbies. Our work and personal schedules are now easier to juggle, and most of us have celebrated the time saved from not commuting. And as businesses and workers prepare their post-pandemic plans, it’s clear that remote work is here to stay.
Dropbox was built for remote work
We all faced a major problem when the world shut down. How do you access the things you need for work when you can’t access your office? With Dropbox, all of your important work files are instantly available anywhere and anytime you need them, enabling you to work remotely. But there’s more to Dropbox than that: It's a holistic digital workspace that connects you with your content, your colleagues, and all the tools you need to get the job done. Explore Dropbox app extensions to further streamline your online working experience.
If we didn’t have Dropbox and HelloSign, it would have been an absolute nightmare. But because we had those in place we didn’t really change the way we operated.