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Dropbox will link business and personal accounts early next month

Sarah Silbert
03.18.14
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Good news for Dropbox users: soon, you'll be able to switch between business and personal files without having to constantly sign in and out. The tool really only applies to those who use Dropbox for Business, as it will give them simultaneous access to corporate-controlled files and their own documents. Naturally, the ability to manage two accounts from one place will extend to your smartphone and tablet as well as the desktop.

The cloud-storage company first introduced the single-login feature in beta testing late last year, but it will officially launch on April 9th. According to The Verge, Dropbox will announce "new tools for administrators" on that date as well. Given Dropbox competitor Google Drive's recently reduced storage rates, we wouldn't be surprised if any pricing tweaks are announced, too. We'll be on hand at the press event next month, so stay tuned.

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