Dropbox Like It's Hot

The data storage giant is opening its second U.S. office in town later this year

When Dropbox began searching for a second location in the U.S., they probably got wind of Austin's culture, music, barbecue, and the new hotspot everyone's talking about, H-E-B. Whatever they heard, the company is moving in later this year. That doesn't really change the way we use the online repository of all our electronic stuff, but the company will host a free soiree to talk about the latest initiative called Dropbox for Business. So RSVP online (www.dropbox.com/austin) for the event on Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 7pm at the Belmont (305 W. Sixth). VP of business Sujay Jaswa will be onhand to talk ... business.

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