I agree with Richard.
I've been using DropBox for years myself too. Being first a guinea pig for a few years, I decided to move our office entirely to DropBox. It's been working pretty ok. There have been some things to mention though. A couple of "what's happening" moments too.
Not everybody realises the concept. It would be better to equip workstations with mass storage that is enough for all of it, so you can use DropBox with "Local" setting. Otherwise, your experience might depend on your internet speed, every time you access a file. If you configure a file only to a cloud (DropBox cloud), it will load only on demand, it will load just after you want to access that file. And that's gonna take some time and patience, because it will start downloading the, possibly very slowly at the time being.
If all your and your co-workers and fellows and partners and whatever _files are "Local", those files are continuously being synced in background to your machine and to the cloud - and vice versa.
They are ready almost in real time with every machine, if there is internet speed enough..
Ok, not in real time, but depending on your internet speed, almost realtime. Because DropBox syncs all the time, when an internet access is available.
Just observe the little icons attached to DropBox folder files. The Cloud, the Blue Sync icon, and the Green OK mark.
MacOS Quick View can sometimes break though. It's not a show stopper, but it's really annoying. There is a fix for it apparently, google can help there.
For me DropBox is a timesaver, with ArchiCAD too. I don't have to worry about files being on a server, or files being on sync. They will be everytime in sync, as long as DropBox gets it's bandwidth first (those icons to watch, remember).
I would not want to go back to manual server syncing with files.
Teamwork is another thing. And BimCloud.
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