With administrative, integration, and security enhancements, Dropbox for Business is aiming for greater corporate acceptance.
Amid the continuing commoditization of cloud-based storage, on Thursday Dropbox added several features to its enterprise storage offering, Dropbox for Business.
Rob Baesman, head of product for Dropbox for Business, announced new administration, integration, and security capabilities in a blog post.
“Our goal is to make Dropbox for Business the best place to get work done, and that includes giving IT the administrative controls and deployment capabilities they need,” said Baseman.
To make what began as a consumer product more appealing to businesses, Dropbox has added tiered administrative roles, enabling IT teams to grant different people varying permissions. The service now supports team admin, user management, admin, and support admin roles.