Dropbox hopes to solve "a lot of what's wrong with technology"

09/18/2013 | Wired.com

The founders of Dropbox, the data-storage and synchronization company, deliberately reined in their ambitions when they were setting up the company. But now, they say, everyone who uses computers is potentially a Dropbox customer -- but also a potential user of competitors such as Box, Google Drive or iCloud. "If we don't build a company as influential as Google or Facebook, then we failed," says Chief Technology Officer Arash Ferdowsi.

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