Imagine if Dropbox lost over 27,000 of your files?
What would you expect them to do?
How would you like them to respond?
Dropbox lost, deleted, erased, mishandled, 27,000+ of Kenny Jahng’s files and he was disappointed—rightfully so—of how Dropbox has handled the situation. Kenny talks about some of the details surrounding Dropbox’s #EPIC #FAIL, how they handled it, and what the Church can learn from Dropbox’s unhuman response.
Series Two — Episode Fifteen
It’s unfortunate what’s happened to Kenny and it should make us all pause and think about how we backup our files and keep them safe. Hopefully Dropbox will follow-up with good news or at least communicate something beyond what they’ve done so far.
(As mentioned on the podcast, here’s a link to the video: Can We Autocorrect Humanity?)
What do you think about how Dropbox has handled the situation?
This episode was sponsored by Church Community Builder.
It’s because of awesome partners like this that make the ChurchMag Podcast possible. If you’re looking for a ChMS for your church, I highly recommend Church Community Builder. If you’re curious about how a ChMS will make your church leadership more awesome, take a listen to this.