Dropbox selected as storage and collaboration platform for major broadcaster


Published on March 19, 2018

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the global public service broadcaster, has selected Dropbox Enterprise as its strategic storage and collaboration platform for its entire workforce.

The platform allows organizations to be more efficient and flexible, and gives the ability for employees to be creative and work anywhere, on any device. Dropbox Enterprise was deployed quickly and at scale, with the broadcaster migrating large quantities of data and teams from existing legacy platforms.

‘’For a global organization with offices and studios in most towns in the UK and major cities across the world, having technology that allows employees and teams to collaborate is absolutely essential,’’ said Dennis Woodside, Dropbox COO. ‘’We are delighted that the BBC selected Dropbox for employees to collaborate, keep its teams in sync, and work with partners outside the organization.”

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