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Dropbox Makes Remote Work Permanent in ‘Virtual First’ Shift

Dropbox Inc. Ahead Of Earnings Figures
Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Dropbox Inc. said Tuesday that it would become a “Virtual First” company and make remote work the primary, day-to-day default for its employees.

“Though we make software that helps people work from anywhere, most of our employees came to an office every day,” the company said in a post on its website. “We believe the data shows the shift to remote work, though abrupt, has been successful overall.”