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Dropbox says that ditching its swanky offices will result in better products

17/11/2020

Dropbox is going virtual-first. And it thinks that radically changing the way it works will give its products an edge in the post-pandemic era. It’s dangerous to make any predictions about COVID-19’s long-term impact on the tech industry. But this much is clear: Normalcy isn’t returning any time...
Dropbox is going virtual-first. And it thinks that radically changing the way it works will give its products an edge in the post-pandemic era. It’s dangerous to make any predictions about COVID-19’s long-term impact on the tech industry. But this much is clear: Normalcy isn’t returning any time soon, and the new normalcy may be strikingly different from the old. Companies such as Google and Facebook keep pushing out the timeframe for reopening their offices, which (for now) has reached mid-2021. Facebook is letting staffers relocate far from hubs such as Silicon Valley and New York City if they choose; Mark Zuckerberg says that 50% of employees could end up working remotely.Read Full Story Dropbox is going virtual-first. And it thinks that radically changing the way it works will give its products an edge in the post-pandemic era. It’s dangerous to make any predictions about COVID-19’s long-term impact on the tech industry. But this much is clear: Normalcy isn’t returning any time soon, and the new normalcy may be strikingly different from the old. Companies such as Google and Facebook keep pushing out the timeframe for reopening their offices, which (for now) has reached mid-2021. Facebook is letting staffers relocate far from hubs such as Silicon Valley and New York City if they choose; Mark Zuckerberg says that 50% of employees could end up working remotely.Read Full Story
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