Dropbox, the cloud storage firm that’s reportedly preparing for a much-anticipated public listing, has made its business-focused service available for all corporate users.
Dropbox for Business got a major update last November which, most notably, began to let users combine their personal and work accounts in one place, making things far easier for those that use both types of service.
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The dual account mode also gives admins greater control of company data — an important point for corporate security — while there is a remote wipe setting that adds a further layer of security.
Other features of the revamped business service include account transfer, and shared audit logs, to provide greater transparency and document management options.
➤ The all-new Dropbox for Business is here [Dropbox Blog]
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