In today’s mobile-first, cloud-first world, there is now more than ever a demand for the flexibility of working on-the-go across devices and seamless cooperation on projects between team members. Dropbox Business and Office 365 are the perfect match to help you work better together, creating an exceptional platform for collaboration with a host of dynamic features to boost your team’s productivity.
Dropbox Business extends the reach of the benefits offered by Office 365, enhancing its functionality with integrated features that make file syncing simple, allowing you greater accessibility and control than ever before:
- Unrivalled collaboration
Using the Dropbox ‘badge’, an interactive button that appears at the side of your screen while you work, users are able to collaborate when using the Microsoft Office suite across numerous devices, all in real-time. When one team member makes a change to a live piece of work, the badge will notify others, allowing them to quickly refresh the document and gain access to the latest version.
- Instant access across devices
When we say instant, we mean it – any time, any place. Teams remain productive when working remotely, and with Dropbox’s 2-way mobile application integrations, can continue to share, edit and access files without the need to keep switching between Office 365 apps.
- Key visibility and security features
Keeping business-critical data secure is absolutely vital, and Dropbox more than takes this into consideration, with multi-layered security that scales as you need it to. Audit logs allow you to track how your data is being used and accessed, and features like Remote Wiping, encryption and data recovery ensure that it’s always protected, wherever it resides.
With the onset of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ever-looming and over 500 million registered Dropbox users and counting, there is no better time to invest in gaining stronger control and visibility over where your data is, how it’s being used, and who has access to it.
We’re offering you the chance to identify who on your team is already using Dropbox. Armed with this knowledge, you’ll be better equipped to tackle the potential information governance issues of corporate data residing outside of your current control and perhaps even harness the tool they’re already happy using.