Dropbox took a number of steps this week on its road to attract enterprise customers.
Dropbox for Business has achieved certification with ISO 27018, an emerging standard for privacy and data protection in the cloud.
Dropbox continues to add functionality to its iOS apps and increase the amount of use cases it presents to the enterprise. The collaboration and storage company added Tuesday the ability to comment on files directly in its iPhone and iPad apps, and it further announced added features with the Microsoft Office suite. Dropbox and Microsoft have been creating connections through their services of late in a mutually beneficial attempt to attract users.
Mobile collaboration startup Driftt Monday announced its acquisition of Fetchnotes, an app maker focused on productivity, according to a post on the Fetchnotes blog.
Microsoft has announced that users will now be able to access their Dropbox files from Office Online, or launch into Office Online from Dropbox on the Web.
Two years on, we take a look at how Dropbox for Business is doing it right.
Amazon has unveiled an "Unlimited Everything" cloud storage plan that offers individuals unlimited online storage for $59.99 per year.
File sharing and storage company Dropbox has made badge, it's new Microsoft Office collaboration tool, available to all Dropbox for Business users today, according to its blog.
Dropbox already has a strong following among business customers, but in an apparent effort to attract even more, the firm is pushing out one of its most popular new features to a wider audience.
Microsoft is opening the door to more integration between Office and third-party cloud storage companies. At one time, these moves could have made life a lot easier for mobile workers trying to get a grip on accessing and managing their files. At this point though, it could be a bit too late.