When data flows, so does innovation. For admins in charge of guarding company data, though, the challenges can be daunting. As security threats become more fluid and harder to identify, risks can come from intentional attacks or accidents caused by user confusion. To guard against those risks, admins now need control over the flow of data itself. That’s why Dropbox created a new network control feature that allows admins to control access to the corporate network while their teams collaborate and share data.
At Dropbox Open in London today, we’re celebrating our customers—and with good reason. We’re enabling greater collaboration in over 150,000 paying businesses across the globe—with tens of thousands based in Europe and more joining every day. And the list of companies on Dropbox Business spans a variety of industries: Auchan, The Absolut Company, Condé Nast Britain, Fritz Hansen, Macmillan Publishers, News Corp, Spotify, and Under Armour, to name just a few.
Keeping your information safe and secure is a top priority for us at Dropbox, and we think it’s important to keep IT teams informed about how we do that. Online security is a moving target that’s always evolving as threats change, but there are several fundamental ways that we keep our infrastructure and customer data secure.
Over the years, our partners have played a vital role in Dropbox’s success. They’ve helped bring Dropbox to millions of users around the world, and worked hard integrating their solutions to create a strong ecosystem. We’re committed to turning our success back into wins for our partners. This guiding principle — that success is better when it’s shared — is why we built the Dropbox Partner Network.
The Dropbox Partner Network is a way for companies of all sizes to share in Dropbox’s success. Companies can benefit by reselling our solutions, or integrating their product into our ecosystem of connected applications.