The online file storage and sharing service has an app dedicated for Win8. But the desktop version might be better for some users
According to Ian Paul at PC World U.S., Dropbox for Win8 isn’t as flexible as the desktop version. With that, he writes, you can save locally as many Dropbox files as you want and access them via Windows Explorer.
Microsoft demos Windows 8 enterprise features
Surface: First of the ‘third wave’ tablets
Dropbox, which also has Mac and Linux desktop versions, as well as mobile versions for Android, BlackBerry and iOS, says it has more than 100 million subscribers.
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The New Workplace: Supporting “Bring your own”
“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) and the “consumerization of IT” have taken hold in the enterprise, and employees using their own personal smartphones and tablets for business have become pervasive.