Life of an admin at a large business
The team at a large marketing and sales firm has just started using Dropbox business. Aniela, the IT manager, is hoping Dropbox business will help make her hectic job a little more manageable.
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As the IT manager, Aniela has many responsibilities at her company. In her day-to-day, Aniela needs to plan, manage, and coordinate business and team projects, while also updating management on the status of the company’s IT efforts. Much of what Aniela needs—like schedules and budget reports and timesheets—isn’t in the same place.
But with Dropbox business, Aniela’s life is about to get much easier.
How Dropbox business makes Aniela’s job easier
Getting your money's worth
The manager in the marketing department at Aniela’s company approaches her to ask how much their team is using Dropbox, and if she thinks the company is getting its money’s worth with Dropbox business. As the IT admin, Aniela can help the manager find out who is using the tools effectively and efficiently.
Find a team member
If Aniela wants to see if a team member has accepted an invite to Dropbox business, then she can check the Members tab. Simply enter a first name, last name, or email address and go right to the member’s profile.
Managing team members
Select play to watch as Aniela uses Active Directory to manage Dropbox access for her team members.
Simplify your day-to-day
Dropbox business makes Aniela’s job—making IT decisions, planning, coordinating, and evaluating team projects—a little bit easier. Aniela uses all the tools, features, and customizations Dropbox business offers to manage her large team and give them the apps they need.
Even if you’re not an IT manager, these features can be applied to almost anyone, anywhere.