Can UK users count on Dropbox?

Storage

by Duncan MacRae| 23 July 2014

File sharing specialist Dropbox is preparing to open a UK office to help push its European business, but do the numbers add up?

Dropbox is set to open its UK office, and is feverishly searching for a country manager to head up its business here. But it's actually already rather popular in the UK, despite having a lack of presence here to date. The numbers say it all...

100

The average number of times customers interact with Dropbox for business every day.

1 billion

The number of files saved with Dropbox daily.

300,000

The number of apps on the Dropbox platform.

1 billion+

The number of shared folders and links.

70%

The percentage of Dropbox users based outside of the US.

25%

The percentage of UK Internet users who use Dropbox.

57%

The percentage of SMEs that use Dropbox.

57%

The percentage of highly engaged Dropbox users active on mobile.

36%

The number of highly engages users who sign up through mobile.

7%

The percentage increase in the number of files viewed on mobile devices in the UK compared to the global average.

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