We tailor Dropbox for Business to your firm’s needs, whether it’s sharing documents or securing your data with continuous backup.
We ensure Dropbox complies with the regularly framework your industry operates under:
We also generally recommend you sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) with Dropbox regardless of industry. If you’re a current Dropbox Business team admin, you can sign a BAA electronically from the Account page in the Admin Console.
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Amazon Web Services is the industry’s leading provider of SaaS cloud platforms, enabling the smallest of companies to scale their server infrastructure at will with unmatched flexibility.
Microsoft is the leading provider of email and operating system software in the world, via their line of Office 365 and Windows products. Much like AWS, Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform allows businesses to host their infrastructure, be it entirely in the cloud or in hybrid configurations.
Google Suite solutions are famous for their uniquie flexibility as well, and include well known and loved apps such as Gmail and Workspace productivity apps, similar to Office 365. Their hosted cloud solutions are robust, reliable and scableable.
Dropbox has long been known as the industry leader in document syncing for consumers. But it has also expanded to become a direct competitor to Box and Microsoft OneDrive for business and enterprise clients for many years now. The bulk of their cloud document repositories are hosted on Amazon Web Services, and their integration with Microsoft 365 and other productivity tools is feature-rich.