Dropbox Connect London

April 26, 2017 13:30 - 18:00 | The Brewery, 52 Chiswell St, London EC1Y 4SD

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We’re making collaboration simple and efficient—and bringing back the joy of working together. And at Dropbox Connect, you’ll find out how. This invite-only event will let you meet and learn from Dropbox experts and enthusiasts.

At this event, you’ll get the latest Dropbox product announcements and success stories from customers in your area. Plus, you’ll develop strategies for enabling secure collaboration in your business through roundtable discussions, and a keynote with IT experts and other special guests.


13:30 - 14:00 Registration & Refreshments
Join us for refreshments and networking with your fellow attendees. Meet Dropbox technical and product experts and see live demos of Smart Sync, Paper, and the latest Dropbox innovations.

14:00 - 15:15 Keynote
Hear from Dropbox experts on market trends in collaboration and how Dropbox customers in your region are innovating and transforming their organisations.

15:30 - 17:00 Roundtables
Engage with Dropbox customers, your peers and Dropbox product experts in roundtable sessions.

17:00 - 18:00 Closing & Cocktail Hour
Enjoy refreshments while getting to know your peers and Dropbox leadership.

Featured Speakers

Genevieve Sheehan
Group Product Manager

Genevieve Sheehan is a group Product Manager lead at Dropbox. She oversees the teams focused on making Dropbox the best single home for a team's files, in addition to being an advocate for Dropbox's Business customers internally. At Dropbox, Genevieve has built Smart Sync, supported Team Folders launch, and driven pricing and packaging strategy for Dropbox Business products. 

Howard Hughes
Senior Vice President & General Manager 
DXC Technology 

Howard serves as DXC Technology’s (NYSE: DXC) Senior Vice President and General Manager for Workplace & Mobility offerings, focused on end user services, virtual desktop services, mobile device management, productivity applications and trusted information services. Mr. Hughes previously served as SVP, Global Client Transformations for Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In this role, he delivered world-class global transformations, drove functional excellence and created a seamless and highly transparent transformation journey for clients.

Adrienne Gormley
Global Head of Customer Experience

Adrienne Gormley is the global head of customer experience at Dropbox. In addition to being the internal advocates for Dropbox’s customers, she and her team are responsible for troubleshooting issues and ensuring users fully maximise the versatility of their Dropbox and Dropbox Business accounts. Adrienne joined Dropbox from Google, where she led international teams across a range of functions including Sales, Google Maps, and Localisation.

Philip Lacor
Vice President of EMEA

Philip Lacor is Vice President, EMEA at Dropbox. Philip manages Dropbox’s European sales organisation and works closely with customers and teams in the region. He joined Dropbox from Vodafone in Germany, where he was responsible for the telecom giant’s multi-billion Euro enterprise business.

Thomas Hansen
Global Vice President

As the Global Vice President of Revenue, Thomas Hansen oversees the teams focused on bringing Dropbox to more customers globally, from individuals to small businesses to the largest enterprises. Previously, he was Microsoft's Worldwide Vice President, SMB.

Learn more about our roundtable sessions

Dropbox Paper: More than a doc
Today’s teams work with more than just text and images. That’s why we created Dropbox Paper — to answer the needs of modern teams, and bring focus and joy back to working together. More than a doc, Dropbox Paper is a flexible workspace that bring people and ideas together. Join this Roundtable to learn more about how we’ve gone beyond the doc, and how customers are using Paper to grow bigger, brighter ideas.

Security at scale: How Dropbox protects over 500 million users
Half a billion users and 500 petabytes of data—and still growing at a breathtaking pace. As one of the world's largest online services, Dropbox’s success depends on its ability to stay at the forefront of innovations in cybersecurity. Find out how Dropbox's security teams work behind the scenes to protect Dropbox's infrastructure, products, and users while still enabling the company to move fast.

Dropbox 101: Simple and secure collaboration
Better teams make better businesses. But as teamwork has become more fluid, our tools haven’t kept up. Learn how Dropbox is bringing back the joy of working, with features that make collaboration simple and efficient for end-users, and essential admin tools that keep collaboration secure.

How effective collaboration powers world-class work
Working together across teams, devices and external partners should be as simple as sitting in a conference room together. Shared workflows paired with a common platform keep you connected to your team members, whether they’re down the hall or around the world. Come learn more about Dropbox’s powerful collaboration tools that will help transform your business.

Better together with Dropbox Business
Dropbox Business offers a seamless transition from old tools to modern work for your creative processes. This includes deep integrations with a broad ecosystem of tools that drive your marketing, design, and research innovation -including integrations with Adobe and Microsoft, as well as thousands of other applications resulting in over 40 Billion API calls per month. Join this roundtable to learn how Dropbox can enhance the tools you already use, and work in a way that’s most productive for you and your team.

How to prepare for GDPR
Compliance is top of mind for organisations that may be impacted by the GDPR. Join this roundtable to hear from Bristows on the steps that organisations should consider to kick start their journey towards compliance. While it will be essential for you to seek legal advice on specific requirements, we will cover tips to help you understand your data, and other requirements under the GDPR.

Watch our video of last year's event

Frequently asked questions

Will I need to register myself for the Roundtable Discussions?

All sessions are first-come, first-served. There's no need to pre-register for the Roundtables.

What is the suggested attire?

Dropbox has a casual work environment; casual or business casual attire is great. 

What happens if I have food allergies or special dietary requirements?

We’ll try to accommodate attendees with a variety of dietary needs. All meals will feature meat, vegetarian and vegan options and will be clearly marked for allergy purposes.

How can I contact the event organisers?

If you have questions that have not been answered in the FAQ above, please reach out to the appropriate contact below:

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