Equally interesting to note what Dropbox hasn't chosen to do ; viz, increase the storage capacity of its free service from currently 2 GB to say, 5 or 10 GB, in order to meet competition from such services as Google Drive, which currently offers 5 GB for free. Should this be interpreted to mean that Dropbox doesn't regard competitors as a threat ? Unlikely, for in that case the firm would hardly have doubled the capacity on its for-pay services without a corresponding price increase. My guess is that Dropbox feels that 2 GB remains sufficient to entice ordinary users to test the service, while businesses are going to move directly to the for-pay services....
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