In this current time of crisis, especially for those of us working in healthcare, it would be particularly helpful to know what measures Dropbox is taking to support the global community responding to COVID-19. While every company can offer support to individuals, and some can offer support to affected businesses, Dropbox has an opportunity to support an entire community who is in need of resources to stay connected, to collaborate, to share, and to learn from each other. As a simple suggestion, Dropbox should eliminate the restriction on the number of devices connected to an account, and an important indication of commitment to your current and future customers would be to offer free access to additional space that people can use during this time.
For the record, I have been retired (Closed the Business) Dec 31, 1997. I am not connected with any business, and have lots of free time. I am trying to simply enjoy my final years. If I knew just how much time is left, it might be more interesting. Next B-day just 4 weeks from today; to be 89-yrs.
I have viewed all the above letters, unfortunately my understanding of German is extremely limited,
Iam looking forward to working with your team. My first job will be to bring in and store the complete video of the funeral service for my friend "Bobby Magee". It is at least an hour long
program. I am not sure just what the total space it will cover.
I appreciate any help you can provide.
Joe Dougherty, The Old Golfer
I totally agree with your suggestion to remove the number of devices attached to an account. I use dropbox not so much for permanent storage but I need it to connect my 2 macs, 2 windows PCs and several Linux PCs so that I can transfer files between them all. I use
cross platform apps but sometimes I need to use an app that is specific to one platform when creating the content for some of my lessons. Using USBs is not always feasible and they are easy to lose, misplace, or forget when going into work or coming home.
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