Dropbox Inc., a widely used online file storage and sharing service, said Tuesday that it plans to open a sales and customer support office in downtown Austin in about a month.
The 6-year-old San Francisco-based startup is believed to be the largest of the online data storage services, which enables users to securely share everything from baby videos to critical business documents with other users on a wide range of smart devices.
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CORRECTION: This story has been corrected to reflect the following changes: Zhenya Loginov will be the leader of the “landing team” for the Austin office rather than head of the Austin office; the company’s present number of users is 175 million; the company is looking for experienced professionals and recent college graduates to fill positions.