Today Dropbox strengthened its global collaboration platform by announcing partnerships and integrations that will give Dropbox Business customers access to more of the advanced security features they’ve been asking for.
Business collaboration today happens everywhere, in and out of the office, and across multiple devices. It also occurs across teams and organizations in different countries and industries with unique security requirements. Protecting content in these varied environments is one of the reasons Dropbox Business has been deployed in companies around the world.
To help administrators even more, Dropbox is partnering with Google Cloud Identity, BetterCloud, Coronet, Proofpoint, and SailPoint, all of which have built integrations to support Dropbox Business. The management and visibility tools provided by each of these partners complement native Dropbox Business security features already designed to serve the smallest business to the largest Fortune 500 company.
“Businesses today are using multiple tools to protect their content, and we're making it easier for them to securely deploy Dropbox alongside their existing security standards,” said Quentin Clark, SVP of Engineering, Product and Design at Dropbox. “As employees work remotely and teams change, businesses will have the peace of mind of knowing their content will always be secure with Dropbox.”
Dropbox Business is used by more than 300,000 teams today as a secure, unified place that reduces friction around collaborative work. With integrations among these new partner capabilities, admins can more easily control identity access, govern data, manage devices, and oversee security processes when employees and teams use Dropbox. Specifically, these integrations will help businesses in the following ways:
These integrations are expected to be available to Dropbox Business customers by the end of 2018.