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Dropbox Adds More Management Features While Pursuing New Way to Sell to Businesses

White Paper Published By: Dropbox for Business
Dropbox for Business
Published:  May 07, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  8 pages

Over the past year, Dropbox has released several sets of improvements to its Dropbox for Business product aimed at small business and team use.

Dropbox offers by far the most popular consumer file synchronization and sharing service on the market; it claims more than 200 million users and over 1 billion files uploaded per day. Dropbox is primarily aimed at individuals who want to synchronize their pictures, documents and other files between their different devices and share them with other people. Many people use Dropbox for business purposes, with or without the knowledge or permission of their employer. Workplace planners can use this report to help decide how to position Dropbox for or exclude it from  enterprise use.



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enterprise, collaboration strategies, content management, content strategies, usability, enterprise applications, storage management, mobile computing