the Dropbox has announced the arrival of major services, with the main goal of providing more advanced security features to corporate customers. In particular, Dropbox, which provides cloud-based file sharing services, has begun working with Google Cloud Identity (GCI) and extends its existing partner network with Bettercloud, Coronet, and Proofpoint.
With the latest collaboration with GCI, Dropbox aims to give entrepreneurs more flexibility to work on platforms and devices, while being safe.
Basically, this is a completely autonomous service that contains many identity tools, based on a security framework called BeyondCorp, where companies can handle users, devices, applications, and access.
How will you benefit from the new service?
The new service allows you to manage account access in an easier way and you can also log in to Dropbox with your gmail username and password. If you have a business account, you can, in addition to better account management, access other administrators to create content policies, check notification permissions, and correct potential violations. In addition, integration with Proofpoint will allow administrators to identify accounts containing unsafe files.
When will we get the new service?
Dropbox said that new services will be available to customers using Dropbox for business purposes by the end of 2018.