Dropbox for Business customers are big sharers. But while using Dropbox to share your files is easy, collecting files from other people can be more difficult. So today, we’re excited to introduce a new way for Dropbox for Business users to get the files they need: file requests.
Today we’re excited to announce an important new tool we’ll be enabling soon for our customers: Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM). Offered through upcoming partner applications, EMM will allow businesses to give their teams safe access to mobile devices for work. We’re particularly excited about what EMM means for Dropbox for Business customers, as they can benefit from greater mobile security without sacrificing the user experience that they know and love.
IT priorities — whether it’s empowering users or protecting company data — are at the top of our list. Our goal is to make Dropbox for Business the best place to get work done, and that includes giving IT the administrative controls and deployment capabilities they need. Today, we’re excited to share some updates in three areas close to the hearts of IT teams: administration, security, and integration.
We’re excited to announce that Dropbox for Business is one of the first major cloud service providers to achieve certification with ISO 27018 — an emerging global standard for privacy and data protection in the cloud.
More and more people are using Dropbox for Business globally. And that means meeting a wider range of needs, whether it’s support for 20 languages, new offices, or compliance with international standards. So today, we’re excited to announce two partnerships that address the needs of one country in particular: Japan.
Last week, we told you about commenting, which will allow anyone to add feedback and discussions to files you’ve shared with them. We’re happy to announce that Dropbox for Business teams can start using commenting today, on the web and on iOS, through the early access program.