DROPBOX just announced a slew of enterprise-focused features, in the hopes of getting more corporate users to bite.
Late last week, the cloud storage superstar announced it would allow users to access both personal and corporate accounts from one login, greatly reducing the friction of using the service by removing the need to log in and out multiple times.
It also said that it is working on an initiative called Project Harmony, due later this year, to allow users to collaborate on documents in real time. They'll be able to see who's editing a file and exchange messages with other editors, while keeping all the different versions in sync.
This will be available within applications like Microsoft...