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5 Enterprise Alternatives to Dropbox

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5 Enterprise Alternatives to Dropbox

The recent Dropbox data breach has many IT executives telling employees not to use it. These five products offer the administrative and security features that may restore their faith in cloud data storage.

The word "breach" can send shivers down your spine. When it comes to data storage in the cloud, it's even more worrisome. Several weeks ago, Dropbox announced that the passwords for thousands of users had been stolen, leading some business executives to mandate that employees stop using the service.

But the reality of doing business in a mobile-dominated world is that users will find a way to sync their files, one way or another. These top enterprise-grade cloud storage options offer admin consoles, standard file encryption and more peace of mind.

(For those who want to stick with Dropbox, consider the slightly more enterprise-focused Dropbox for Teams, which does have an admin console. Also note that Dropbox has since added two-factor authentication.)


Recently acquired by EMC, Syncplicity offers the same sync and share features of Dropbox with a decided enterprise slant. For example, admins can control which devices can access cloud storage inside or outside the company. Data retention policies can help admins find and remove documents that violate company data protection policies.

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