Files can obviously be stored there but it has many more uses than just simple file storage. Large files such as video files, audio files, presentations and more are perfect for Dropbox since it is one of the only cloud storage providers that have no file size limits. Documents can be stored, and even worked on, directly in Dropbox. This is useful for collaborating over documents with co-workers, assistants or clients.
There are many uses for Dropbox in the law office and I'm sure there are many more that will be discovered in the future, especially as more law firms and attorneys open up to the many benefits of the cloud.
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