Dropbox: password and credit card manager for companies

Dropbox: Password and credit card manager for companies

With several new features dropbox focuses on the collaboration of distributed teams. Among other things, the developers enhance the password manager enforced in mid-2020: the browser extensions can now enter e-mail addresses and usernames and compete with password.

In addition, the update can also be stored payment information, for example from credit cards,. These and regular passwords can share users with other users and at the same time manage their access centrally. However, a coarse part of these functions are available for paying business customers.

Pdf, jpg or png with one click

Files can convert users directly into dropbox: the functions depends on the one hand to pictures that are available as jpg or png. But also documents and presentations in microsoft formats and digital bookers can be output as pdf. Details can be found in the release notes.

“Give with bing”: microsoft extends reward system for its search engine

Microsoft widens its reward system called "microsoft rewards" and wants to support good purposes. So far, you could collect by the use of bing points that were convertible in pramien, raffles and gift cards. Now you can use them to donate.

"Give with bing" run in the usa and starts now in some countries of europe, germany is also there. Worldwide, one can support 1.4 million different organizations with the points collected. They come from the areas of healthcare, social justice and education. So far, one million us dollars have come together that microsoft has forwarded. In germany, one can concern about the german red cross, unicef and the reisverein for youth and social work.

Added value by collected data

Users who have registered for the reward program see in an overview how many points they have collected and what organizations they have donated. A simple search query gives three points. However, there is no concrete equivalent in euros or us dollars that microsoft communicates. For the registration you need a microsoft account. Microsoft encourages nonprofit organizations in a blog post to ask their members, "give with bing" to use. Of course, you must be registered as a receptionist.