But IT is going to be most interested in the new features around Dropbox’s business offering. The entire system focuses on allowing users to connect personal and business Dropbox accounts under the same login. Once that’s been complete users will only have to access the accounts through one interface.
It opens up a slew of new control and security features for administrators as well. The new controls include remote wipe, file transfers and audit logs. The logs are particularly interesting as admins can be set them for monitoring broad sharing or drill down into granular reports.
Check out the full story on WRLWND and let us know what you think in the comments below. Would you consider using Dropbox for business at the departmental level?
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