In order to make its collaboration platform and cloud-based storage easier for the teams to work and administrators to centrally control Dropbox introduced new features on Wednesday. Dropbox being the forerunner in the cloud computing market it has started automatic synchronization across devices and consumer oriented storage service with a simple UI. The company launched Dropbox for business in 2013 stepping into the business market and also introduced an enterprise edition about 2 years later.
Hundreds and thousands of users can be benefited from using this platform for sharing files, collaborating with colleagues and accessing information. And at the same time, it allows the administrators to centrally manage the utilizations.
Some of the new features include Granular Permission, Granular logging of events, new GUI for IT admin, new Team Folder, and Sync settings. These changes have been a long time imminent. Everett Plante CIO at Silicon Labs says they are a quick subscriber to Dropbox for Business for storage and sharing the purpose of non-sensitive company documents and with the changes they are looking forward to migrating more of the database into the cloud-based storage.
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, NewsCorp, The Washington Post and Arizona State University have recently adopted Dropbox alongside nearly half of the Fortune 500 companies claimed the company.