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Dropbox Pilot at Aalto University

Dropbox is a reliable, cloud-based file sharing and storage service.

Access your files from your computer, your mobile devices and the web. It's easy to share your files with others, whether or not they use Dropbox. 

Aalto University is piloting the usage of Dropbox as part of our IT offering during the spring. We have a limited number of seats available to test how Dropbox could help us to digitalize Aalto (the basic storage limit has been set to 100 GB). We will start with the university personnel at BIZ and SCI.

Based on our experience from the pilot we will separately decide about the next steps and the continuation of the service.

You can participate to the pilot via following this link https://workflow.aalto.fi/DropboxEULA/StartDialog.aspx?LANG=EN

Contacts: [email protected]

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