Dropbox is a great application for sharing non-sensitive information. It allows users to upload files, photos, and other data to a cloud for storage or sharing purposes. However, due to its popularity, Dropbox has now found its way into the business world. In fact, Dropbox has made its way into 70% of companies according to Osterman Research. This is a problem since Dropbox is lacking in many key security features necessary for any business-related project.
Business 2 Community recently published an article outlining why Dropbox isn’t suited for business project management. Entitled “6 Reasons Why Dropbox Isn’t Secure Enough for Business,” the article provides insight into the world of cloud applications. An excerpt from the article:
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