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Dropbox Business

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File syncing, storage & sharing platform

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Dropbox Business Features

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Functionality

4.4

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21.5K

Total features

86

9 categories

Dropbox Business features

API
Access Controls/Permissions
Active Directory Integration
Activity Dashboard
Activity Tracking
Activity/News Feed
Alerts/Notifications
Application Management

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Access Controls/Permissions
Activity Dashboard
Activity Tracking
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Total Features

86

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  • Approval Process Control

  • Backup and Recovery

  • Remote Synchronization

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4.6

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Total Features

29

Features in Common

22

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  • Data Security

  • Role-Based Permissions

  • Multi-Device Support

  • Content Library

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Total Features

15

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11

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  • Real Time Updates

  • Data Import/Export

  • Data Visualization

  • Charting

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Mahmudul islam S.

Civil Engineering, 501-1,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Must use storage option for official works.

Reviewed 2 years ago

I mainly use Dropbox for my office work, yo store all the docs in cloud as backup. Dropbox provide me choice to share files with specific user with full privacy option. Uploading is so fast and for larger files , sometimes takes much times. Besides it provides 3rd party integration which gives us chance to accelarate our work.

Pros

Most important features Dropbox provides from my perspective is the automatic file backup option. Dropbox takes backup all my documents, helps me to work without fear of losing them. Beside dropbox have world-class security to protect our data.. I can store all my data in cloud and share to official documents for work purpose very easily. Organizations of my documents is very good in Dropbox business. Moreover uploading speed is very fast , I can able to store big files in cloud storage easily and able to track from anywhere.

Cons

Since we are using Dropbox for organizational work, it's fill like it's little bit expensive than other similar service provider, interface is easy but, sometimes need to know basic program knowledge and web client interface knowledge to get full benefit of Dropbox.

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Enrique R.

Information Technology and Services, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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It lacks some improvement, even so, I think Dropbox surpasses its competitors

Reviewed a year ago

To give a simple example. I recently implemented it in a company that depended on a server, with its access permissions to each folder based on windows permissions for each user. One less team to maintain in the company, it is not necessary to have a server on 24 hours a day, permission management is simplified, simultaneously you have everything with a backup in the cloud and also a catastrophe recovery system.The change has been almost transparent for the employees, who in an hour were already working at full capacity without appreciating changes in the way they work, and with the improvement of being able to work simultaneously on documents.

Pros

Let's start with the basics, it is a good backup system in the cloud, with version control and the ability to restore in case of any disaster.Let's continue with the fact that it is not linked to companies like Google or Microsoft, so it allows us to work with any type of document, integrating some complements in a very simple way.The management it makes of the use of documents that are only online...

Cons

More permission control is missing, it leaves a lot of freedom of action to the team members and sometimes you have to act on the computer of each one of them so that everything is well managed.I would also need more folders, besides the basic system ones, to be able to be added to the backup when they cannot be located within the Dropbox folder.

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Kristian B.

Environmental Services, self-employed

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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As a small business owner Dropbox has been a game-changer for organizing documents and stremlining workflows.

Reviewed a month ago

As i said before the customizable options and extensive integrations make it an indispensable asset for our organizations success

Pros

From team collaboration to file versioning every aspact is finely tuned for maximum efficiency.

Cons

The cost may become prohibitive for some businesses as their storage needs grow

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Carissa J.

Higher Education, 10,001+ employees

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Outdated product - needs some upgrades to remain competitive

Reviewed 4 years ago

Overall, this is a great software option for companies to use if they don't need very robust security features (ie HIPPA/FERPA) options. It is very easy for multiple teams and companies to work together to house documents and see what version of the document they are looking at. The software is easy to sync up to a desktop and always ensure that the web version vs your desktop is the same. It is also...

Pros

The nice part about Dropbox is that it is pretty easy to use and has a free option if you are looking to use it for personal use. The software is easy to switch between mobile and desktop and has a pretty basic way to organize documents, pictures, etc in folders. It is also easy to share the docs/folders with a link or make them public, if needed. We utilize this software to share documents across multiple companies for different projects and house the different versions of the documents in a single place.

Cons

Security updates are lacking when compared to alternatives like Box. We need to keep a very specific set of security functionality for our documents in the higher education industry and Dropbox is not meeting the needs of our industry any longer; therefore, we have to be selective on what documents we are using the software for now. I am sure that Dropbox will update their security functions soon,...

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nawar z.

Education Management, 501-1,000 employees

Used daily for less than 6 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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The cloud

Reviewed 4 months ago
Pros

Ease of dropping in files that are securely left in for simple access to at a later date.

Cons

Can be a bit harder to teach than something like google drive or onedrive as its interface feels a little outdated

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Robert T.

Higher Education, 1-10 employees

Used weekly for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Helpful -- but on the expensive side

Reviewed 4 months ago

Overall, the product has been good. We have used it to some success, nad have deployed it well even with some of our less tech-savvy people. It's made document sharing simpler, and more reliable.

Pros

Dropbox is a standard file-sharing program that has simplified our work, in that we can store materials in a central place where many on our team can access our content. It was easy to implement and deploy.

Cons

The cost is not unreasonable -- there are many more expensive products on the market -- but there are also other services that will provide some of the same basic features at no charge. As well, documents are not synced in real-time, so that if I'm looking at one version of a document simultaneously with another person, and I make changes -- they won't see them until they close/reopen the document.

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Nkhensani M.

Health, Wellness and Fitness, self-employed

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Dropbox review

Reviewed 14 days ago
Pros

You can make your important files available without internet, meaning you can use it anywhere as long as you have your phone or laptop with you. When you add a star on your document you access it fast.

Cons

CVS files are unable to open with dropbox

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Silas M.

Marketing and Advertising, 1-10 employees

Used weekly for less than 6 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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No problem for backup

Reviewed a month ago

Peace of mind in my backups. So far without any problems.

Pros

Everything perfect, simple and effective for making my backups.

Cons

Integrations for backup and sync could be better.

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Education Management, 1,001-5,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Cloud Storage that Focus on Needs

Reviewed 4 years ago

Now we have control over data as we can access data from both phone and desktop. We don't have to worry about losing data as we know it is secure with Dropbox Business.

Pros

Dropbox Business has helped us to back up our company and personal data easily. Having a desktop and mobile applications helps to access the cloud stored data from everywhere whenever we need it. In a desktop, files and folders to be backed up are easily dragged to the shortcut on desktop which is convenient and easy. Dropbox Business allows the administrator to give other users controlled access to data in our company thereby providing a platform for easy team work as data is made available for team's access everywhere they are. You can also give links to individuals that don't have access credentials to download data from the account without logging in.

Cons

Dropbox Business has no Artificial Intelligence to recognize and group data on its own, it depends on the user to put files in order before backing up.

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Jenna H.

Veterinary, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Cloud Storage for the Business World

Reviewed 4 years ago

We are so connected. We keep all of our order lists, records, and other paperwork that everyone needs to see in dropbox. No matter where you are in the clinic, office, or at the store you can pull this up and get the information that you need. It has helped with flow in our clinic 110% I can not imagine doing business or running our office with out dropbox.

Pros

This has got to be the easiest, seamless, greatest cloud storage I have ever dealt with. It's always right there on your desktop. You can access your files anywhere. I honestly have no idea what we would have done if you did not set up dropbox for out vet office.

Cons

It really is not a con, but it would be nice to have more storage. We are on year 3 and I am having to start clearing out files to keep our storage space. However that in itself is a huge perk. It took our vet clinic 3 years to fill the storage up.

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Lauren H.

Media Production, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Power To The Drop

Reviewed 4 years ago

I have been with Dropbox for over 3 years and will continue to use the software. I believe it's crucial to carry heavy files in a web page without crashing. Something that you don't realize is extremely important to a storage software.

Pros

Where can I begin, except for the fact that Dropbox has a powerful engine? From my experience, I am impressed by the energy this software has. I work in media production, so capacity and performance are primary factors in how we store content. Dropbox sees to it that our heaviest files are taken care of. I often transfer computer animations as well, which requires a lofty amount of memory to carry certain files. With that, this software is able to store and load the pages that contain each modeled/rigged subject with ease.

Cons

I would only suggest that the import/export functions were at more of an ease in terms of loading. They often require additional steps to just get a file through. Anything as simple as import to browse would fulfill my only concern.

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Jessie V.

Entertainment, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Dropbox

Reviewed 3 years ago

Great product. I love it! Really expanded the Dropbox I love to use personally by Including a whole team

Pros

I’ve loved Dropbox and been using it for nearly 10 years. When our company was looking to get off of the old school server system Dropbox Business seemed like the natural choice especially because so many on the team had already used Dropbox personally. The amount of storage and options was super helpful for us and allowing us to get rid of remote access but still access our files was just what was needed.

Cons

It’s tough when employees have personal and business accounts. With people’s natural instinct to protect their own info it’s crucial for them to feel that they can use both accounts but toggling back and forth is not a feature that works well.

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mupo m.

Computer Networking, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Storage for everybody!

Reviewed 3 years ago

The use of Dropbox has removed the need for employees to cart and drop files from one computer to the next. The resources added for administrators help to secure and prevent unauthorized access to archives. This aids in keeping track of who has access to what and who does not. Not just that, but the cost of updating our servers has greatly decreased. This is because 90 percent of company files have been moved to online storage, which is very efficient.

Pros

Dropbox has been a huge success. The tools allow us to manage our records more efficiently than an internal server. I appreciate being able to easily upload large files in a short period of time. Multiple people working on the same file used to be a pain; however, this strategy has proved to be a huge success for many of our company's teams.

Cons

There isn't anything to think about with Dropbox; the features and consistency are far superior to those of most cloud storage services. The only drawback I've seen is the mobile edition. When working with massive files, it is noticeably slower than the desktop version.

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Allan K.

International Affairs, 5,001-10,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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File sharing and storage made easy

Reviewed 3 years ago

Dropbox gave us a lot of benefits that helped us with practical team collaboration. Especially when working with other field offices and their project teams. Operating from different time zones meant that live communications via email were quite ineffective. So the collaboration features and file sharing tools Dropbox offered us made our work a lot easier and more productive.

Pros

With Dropbox’s real time sync and file sharing, we no longer relied on usb drives to share large files that wouldn’t easily attach as email attachments. This not only reduced the incidents of virus attacks and transmissions, it also allowed for proper management of access and better productivity. With great mobile access and sync across devices, that also meant that there was very little productivity lost from not being in the office or having your primary computer with you at all times.

Cons

Storage size of 2 GB on the free account is quite limited. While we recommend Dropbox for most of the community cooperatives we work with, most of them cannot afford the paid subscriptions that offer sufficient storage .

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Ntebaleng L.

Farming, 5,001-10,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Best Online Storage Provider (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)

Reviewed a year ago

Dropbox's automatic syncing app does a fantastic job of backing up your important documents. You can save time and keep all important documents safe with this feature. I would recommend it to anyone regardless of the cons.

Pros

Dropbox comes installed on most Windows devices, or so I think (I think our workplace installed it for us). I set AutoSave on my Microsoft Office work to save documents as I type, which is a huge time saver. It has a neat user interface, which is perfect for an office setting. Regarding performance and accessibility, it's quick to respond and does not take time to load files. Dropbox is a cloud-based application that allows me to access my documents from anywhere in the world, meaning I do not need to carry around a flash disk. Overall, Dropbox is an excellent program I could recommend to anyone.

Cons

Often, it's impossible to share files with people who don't have Dropbox accounts. The alternative is to ask them to sign up for an account, which is often not feasible. However, Once you get the hang of Dropbox, it's very convenient and easy to use.

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Gourav R.

Information Technology and Services, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Review Dropbox Business

Reviewed a year ago

Dropbox upholds Adobe Sign for marking advanced reports, yet you can do as such with next to no outsider combinations. HelloSign is Dropbox's answer for online endorsements, and it's accessible straightforwardly in the web interface. Just select a document, pick the mark fields and sign. Since HelloSign works inside Dropbox, your mark is naturally saved and synchronized.With HelloSign, it's not difficult to store and share documents that need a mark. You might in fact add various endorsers to a similar record. However, hellosign is certainly not a full component in Dropbox Business. With Dropbox Business, you can perform up to three marks every month. It's $15 each month for limitless access.

Pros

When clients save a record straightforwardly to the cloud, they generally inquire as to whether 'I unintentionally lose or erase it'? The second a report is saved to Dropbox, it's supported. This not just gives inner serenity, it additionally saves potential equipment space. This is on the grounds that clients won't have to uphold the document on their own hard drive.With regards to recuperating a record, clients believe that a basic cycle should recover their information. Have confidence, Dropbox makes the method extremely simple. It requires definitely no specialized expertise or live help. All clients can reestablish the documents all alone with practically no assistance. This decreases IT inclusion for organizations also.

Cons

For an organization, the greatest Dropbox concern is connected with the famous hackings of Dropbox. The kind of things organizations store on the cloud are typically the most probable thing focused on and took advantage of. Additionally, few out of every odd client at an association will do whatever it takes to safeguard their Dropbox account appropriately. Be it frail passwords or misusing of document stockpiling, everything necessary is one colleague to blunder for significant information to be uncovered.

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"Kennedy" Marie H.

Legal Services, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Best Document Management Software for Personal Use and Small Businesses

Reviewed 4 years ago

Overall, this is an excellent product. I can't imagine using anything else for my small law firm and for my own personal document management needs.

Pros

There aren't many negative things to say about Dropbox. They dominate this corner of the market, and it shows. Businesses nowadays are all about integration and automation. Virtually all other noteworthy software integrates directly with Dropbox, making automation a breeze. Dropbox's integration with MS Office 365 Online now makes it possible to make edits to MS Word and Excel documents right from Dropbox. "Dropbox Transfer" allows you to share or transfer a large number of documents with others, right from Dropbox. And if you subscribe to the "Professional" level, you can "rewind" changes and deletions to folders and documents for 180 days.

Cons

Not really a Con, just wishful thinking on my part: Dropbox integrates with Adobe Sign, which is great. However, right now, there is no integration to Adobe Document Cloud, which would allow a user to do more with PDFs right from Dropbox. But it looks like they are headed in that direction soon. Also, I'm not crazy about the "per user" pricing structure, but that is how most services charge nowadays. I do wish that the "rewind" feature was available for the Business and Enterprise levels.

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samuel t.

Graphic Design, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Dropbox is a good cloud storage platform… Dropbox Business makes it Better

Reviewed 5 years ago

For a Graphic Designer, Dropbox has been the most useful tools for me to deliver project to my clients for the past 6 years. It is easy to navigate and sharing of files to a third party is simple and convenient using the Share Link feature. Dropbox has helped a lot in my business and backups; Dropbox Business expands my experience with more storage and other features. The mobile apps makes it even easier to use, I can easily view, edit and share my files anywhere I am, without waiting to use the PC. Throughout the years of using Dropbox, I have no trouble with my files; they are safely stored on the cloud.

Pros

Dropbox is recommended it for anyone looking for ease to use online storage. There is clean user interface, easy to learn for new users. Dropbox made it possible to share files to a third party, manage file’s permissions, and allow users to protect their files with password, this helps user’s file locked to unauthorized access. My favourite will be the Add to my Dropbox feature. With this, I don’t...

Cons

Dropbox offers are clean with a stress-free platform that I can hardly think of a disadvantage, but I will say the first major problem I have with Dropbox, which is inability to pause uploading of files on the webpage. Before the apps are available, uploading of files can be frustrating; any interruption to the internet connection to the PC will make the uploading to starting all over, which is why I recommend using the apps. The Free Basic Account is limited to 2GB which is small amount of space and users need to upgrade the Plus Account. And for some reason, Monthly payment options are more expensive than Yearly payment options, which is ridiculous.

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Hospital & Health Care, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Dropbox For Business

Reviewed 3 years ago

I've been overall very happy using Dropbox Business. I have worked with all methods of file sharing and this is the one that I prefer generally.

Pros

I like that it syncs so well across devices. The majority of the time it is easy to locate all the files that we need, simple to share documents, and it integrates well with our encryption software. I like being able to open it in an explorer view to find files that have been download, and I'm happy that they've made it optional to download only certain files on the computer and leave the others cloud-based while still seeing them in the different views available on the device, so that there are no large downloads happening anymore on all devices. I also enjoy the roll-back to previous versions that are available.

Cons

There have been instances where we have experienced sync conflicts in folders that resulted in multiple copies of documentation sitting around and that can get confusing. We have worked to mitigate this but sometimes it is unavoidable. Sometimes I have experienced that it is difficult to find documents even with the full text search and I am able to locate them easily by going to the explorer view. I wish the website had a better explorer view.

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Bhuban R.

Education Management, 201-500 employees

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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With Dropbox Business software, people's lives have been made a lot better

Reviewed 2 years ago

Dropbox also gives a lot of people a lot of options because it comes with both a mobile version and a web version of the same. This means that different people can access the storage platform from any device they might be on.

Pros

Dropbox has a simple interface that makes it easy for both the user and anyone who wants to use it for the first time. This makes it easy for both people. Dropbox has made it easy for the users to be able to sync their files across different platforms, which also allows them to access the files from anywhere. If I want to share a file, I can also make multiple copies of the same file so that the file can be seen in different places. In some cases, users may be able to get the file back later. In other storage platforms, the user doesn't have as much freedom as this gives them

Cons

At times, the lack of tabs can make it hard to find older versions of files or copies that have been deleted. I have to wait a while for things to download from, upload to, and sync with Dropbox for Business. I often have to wait a long time for your files to show up. The navigation could use a new look to make it easier to find the files you want. The way things are now makes it a little more difficult to find files. It's not that bad, but for what we need, it's a little too much. Because, really, no one needs unlimited cloud storage. People who make Dropbox have the right to use encryption, but only those people have the keys to them. The users can't get private encryption.

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Leighton F.

Information Technology and Services, 201-500 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Dropbox Business is fast, its UI is simple, it makes storing and sharing of your files seamlessly.

Reviewed 6 years ago

Peace of mind knowing that Dropbox Business is in charge of my files. Also unlike other file storage options, Dropbox is fast, easy to navigate, and constantly evolving to improve its features. I'm able to seamlessly store and share large files, making it easy to collaborate on projects and work with employees regardless of your location. There are a number of ways to log into Dropbox, including...

Pros

A big advantage for Dropbox Business is its ever growing API offerings, which supports a variety of programming languages and the technologies it integrates with. Also Dropbox Business lets your organizations create custom integration that extend Dropbox to a wide range of applications and services. Unlike other file storage options, Dropbox Business is fast, easy to navigate, and constantly evolving...

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Disadvantage of Dropbox Business. Slow tech support or lack of built-in editing, although Dropbox Paper has this feature to pick up the slack on that issue. The bigger issue with Dropbox Business is that it is strictly a cloud service, with no support for on-premises or hybrid implementations. Organizations must rely completely on Dropbox to protect sensitive data and privacy. They have no control...

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Josemaria G.

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Dropbox for teams!

Reviewed 6 years ago

Dropbox has stood the test of time and the threats of similar (and cheaper) services available out there. It just goes to show the quality, bang-for-every-buck, ease of use, beauty, and simplicity of this service. Every single thing you love about personal Dropbox is now made collaborative and available for Teams and Businesses.

Pros

I've been using Dropbox since it came out in 2007. It was one of the first and just worked for me. The limited space (2GB) had me take advantage of its additional space promo via inviting as many people to use it and therefore earn an extra 500MB from each one referred to Dropbox. Dropbox just works for me. It works on the background without much toll on my PC's resources. My teammates also have...

Cons

Since this is Cloud-based, provisions on Internet bandwidth has to be ensured, otherwise, it may appear to be slow for your teams who work on files synced via the network.

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Khandy B.

Professional Training & Coaching, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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I swear by Dropbox!

Reviewed 9 months ago

The need to share files and know that they were delivered and received by the timestamps that give you updates as to what's happening with the document. Storing large files and

Pros

I have been a DropBox user since 2013 and wish I would have started using them sooner. I'm a stickler when it comes to keeping up with documents, pictures, and videos. So, I divide 3TB over 17 company computers and all my personal data in a separate folder. I have been pleased to see them evolve over the last 10 years. It has made me feel like it's money well spent.

Cons

I wish more eSignatures per month were included in the plans where we are paying over $200 per year. I was really sad when they announced that they were taking the DropBox Shop/Store away. It was actually a valuable add-on that I was really looking forward to using. Hopefully, they reconsider it.

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Adam S.

Marketing and Advertising, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Online File storage

Reviewed a month ago

using it every day to store my design files makes it quick and easy and then I can access them from other locations if. i need to.

Pros

ease of deployment and the fact you can lock individuals out of sections/ files with access rights

Cons

cost per user is quite high, would like to see other package options for users and or storage cases - the tear storage is ok but does jump - a middle ground in both cost and storage would be good

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Josaphat a.

Telecommunications, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Years later, Dropbox still makes my life easier, both at work and at home.

Reviewed 8 months ago

Dropbox for Business does not offer security settings for subfolders. Data loss prevention measures can be implemented, but as third parties are involved, implementing this sharing system may take longer. This is time that some companies may not have.These pros and cons of Dropbox for Business show that this sharing system is designed to be comprehensive, but only when the product includes third-party functionality. This can increase costs.

Pros

Synchronization: Dropbox lets you effortlessly synchronize files once they've been uploaded to an account.A very user-friendly experienceThe ability to limit access to shared data

Cons

This is an expensive solution for the average small business owner.Sometimes it can be difficult to find folders or files.