Dropbox will let you manage separate work and personal accounts on all of your devices next month, The Verge has learned. In advance of an April 9th press event, the company has notified users of its Dropbox for Business product that they will soon be able to access personal and work Dropbox files without logging in and out of their accounts. The company had announced it was working to support multiple accounts in November. Dropbox also plans to roll out new tools for administrators at the event, according to the email. The features will go live April 9th. Dropbox, which is said to be moving steadily toward an initial public offering, has been placing an increasing emphasis on building features for business customers. Businesses, who have increasingly embraced cloud storage and collaboration tools, tend to be more profitable than the consumers Dropbox has courted up to now.
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