The company had announced it was working to support multiple accounts in November. Dropbox also plans to roll out new tools for administrators at the event, according to the email. The features will go live April 9th.
Dropbox is increasing its emphasis on the more profitable business users as the consumer market becomes more competitive. Google recently slashed its pricing on Google Drive easily undercutting Dropbox's pricing and Microsoft has just relaunched SkyDrive as OneDrive also undercutting Dropbox on available storage options.
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