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Dropbox Adds Tools In Biz Push To Take On Microsoft

Dropbox Adds Tools In Biz Push To Take On Microsoft

Storage company Dropbox is attempting to broaden its reach into the corporate cloud service market with a new tools set for scanning documents and for creating Microsoft Office docs.

The new features will let users scan physical documents, whiteboards, receipts and Post-It notes and store them as Dropbox files. Business customers can then search the captured files using character recognition.

People working on the free mobile app for Apple’s iOS can click a new Plus button to create Word, PowerPoint and Excel files and automatically save them to Dropbox.

Dropbox is trying to shift from file-syncing and sharing into the far larger market of cloud-based collaboration.

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