Box vs Okta vs Dropbox vs Twitter

VMware uUeN66
Jan 25 13 Comments

Which company is worth of joining?


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TOP 13 Comments
  • PayPal Guangzhou
    Do you have all the offers?
    If not, first get them.
    If yes, share the numbers.
    Jan 25 3
    • Facebook lmaoo
      Nice way of saying TC or GTFO
      Jan 25
    • AppDynamics / Eng software g
      Curious what exactly is GTFO? See a lot of this in blind. My guess " Get the fuck off".
      Jan 28
    • Facebook lmaoo
      Yes, you're correct
      Jan 28
  • Objectively, I'd pick between Box or Dropox, just decide if you want to go Enterprise or consumer.
    Jan 25 1
    • Microsoft TwoDrives
      This. Consider OneDrive too 💋
      Jan 25
  • Facebook IMhH26
    Jan 25 0
  • Oscar / Other Tender
    Choose between DB and TW
    Jan 25 0
  • No on Twitter because you’re one Jack Dorsey interview/comment away from a stock crash.

    No on Dropbox because a majority of their revenue still come from consumer and SMB subscriptions — they don’t know WTF they’re doing in enterprise.

    Box and Okta have very similar cultures (I work at Okta). Both are “enterprisy” and have mature enterprise sales and product teams. Okta has an extreme hustle culture so be careful — if you’re not into working 70+ hours a week and a dealing with a sales bro culture it may not be the fit for you. Be especially careful what team at Okta you join, as you could end up working for some real assholes.
    Feb 1 0
  • Paychex cout
    Hard to pick which one is worst from that list.
    Jan 25 0
  • New stuY17
    Okta seems to have a pretty big upside on your rsu grant.
    Jan 26 0
  • Okta doomsday
    Put the comp numbers.
    Jan 25 0
  • New eNBa60
    If I’m enterprise solution selling and/or building products to support them, I’d roll with Okta. Of course this is without looking at culture or comp. if I wanted to be a part of a platform for consumers, I’d go with Twitter.
    Jan 25 0


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