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Q&A: Dropbox exec outlines company’s journey into a remote-work world

As the COVID-19 pandemic continued to surge in October 2020, most office workers found themselves entering the seventh month of home working. With vaccines on the horizon and (pre-emptive) rumors that offices would start to reopen in the new year, some organizations decided never return to an office-based environment — at least not one recognizable to the pre-pandemic way of working.

Dropbox was one of the first to make that decision, announcing on Oct. 13 that “starting today, Dropbox is becoming a Virtual First company.” In a statement, the company said, “remote work (outside an office) will be the primary experience for all employees and the day-to-day default for individual work.”

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Source:: Computerworld