2 Pillars to remote work in A/NZ
Keeping teams in sync as we adapt to these new working arrangements to slow the spread of COVID-19 can be difficult.
Here at Dropbox, we too have been making the shift to remote work, with our Japan office beginning their sixth week remote, and our A/NZ office beginning their third week of working remotely.
In this webinar, we will discuss what we’ve learnt so far, and the two pillars to help you do your best work from anywhere:
Solutions Architect, Dropbox APJ
James is a Solutions Architect based in Sydney. James is passionate about helping customers discover how they can make a real difference to the way their people work. His role covers both direct and channel sales organisations across the Asia Pacific.
James studied Computer Science at University College Cork, and previously worked as a Software Engineer, Technical Sales Expert, Technology Consultant in various companies, including Deloitte.
Leading Product Marketing, Dropbox APJ
Bree is currently leading Product Marketing for Dropbox Asia-Pacific and Japan. She and her team are focused on customer listening to design a more enlightened way of working.
Dropbox is a leading global collaboration platform that's transforming the way people work together, from the smallest business to the largest enterprise.
Customer Success Manager, Dropbox A/NZ
Hamish is a success manager based in Sydney. Hamish manages a large selection of customers, with a focus on Dropbox being used within construction and education clients. He is passionate about how individuals can do their best work wherever they are, while enabling IT to manage end user data, and providing their companies with great collaborative experiences.
Hamish has a Bachelor of Ancient History (Hons.) from Macquarie University where he studied ancient languages (Greek/ Latin), classical philosophy with a thesis on the intersection of particular schools of thought across culture. He has worked in IT for the past 8 years at Telstra, a cyber security training company, and Dropbox for the last 3.5 years.