Sure, but it could be GDrive or OneDrive, or CloudDrive, or Amazon or Adobe or any other cloud drive.This sounds like a great endorsement for Dropbox if anything
Most modern companies back their work up and work from the cloud. It's safer, faster, reduces redundent work and user error. If my whole building goes up in flames I can drive straight to Apple Store, pick up a new computer and start working immediately with no visible delay to client.
It's honestly a workflow that my clients are starting to expect by default rather than be pleasantly suprised by with each passing year.