We use Dropbox for storing assets. We have mainly photos and images on there.
CEO - HackerYou
We keep the restricted information on Dropbox. It is easier to manage access.
CEO - Nugit
I like Dropbox. The fact that it is overriding files when two people are writing at the same time or if one has forgotten to close it is a little annoying. The collaboration aspect is not as good as with Google Docs.
Co-founder & CEO - Proximi.io
51%Stacklist Startups Are Using Dropbox
Dropbox is a free file-sharing and storage platform that allows you to upload files to an online cloud, keeping them safe from computer malfunction and allowing you to share with others across all devices. Dropbox doesn’t offer much beyond plain-old file storage, but it’s held as one of the most reliable and easy-to-use file sharing services. Some Stacklist users offer some gripes regarding Dropbox’s real-time collaboration offerings, especially when comparing it with Google Drive, but Dropbox’s reliability and ease of use continue to make it immensely popular.
Dropbox’s features are both simple and essential, making it a staple across startups of all sizes.
Dropbox has both individual and team pricing. A free individual account can store up to 2GB of data, while a Dropbox Pro individual account costs $9.99/month and holds 1TB of data. The team account, Dropbox for Business, has unlimited data storage and prices itself per user, starting at $15/user/month for five users. Volume discounts are offered for teams with 26 or more employees.