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.
Dropbox and Hewlett Packard Enterprise—now a Dropbox Enterprise customer—are proud to partner together to create innovative solutions for large companies around the globe.
We’re committed to helping our customers use Dropbox as part of their established security workflows. So today, we’re excited to announce the general availability of Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) support on iOS and Android. And to help customers integrate Dropbox Enterprise with their existing EMM solutions, we’re welcoming four new partners: IBM MaaS360, Inventit, SoftBank Business Concierge, and Matrix42.
We’re proud that Dropbox is now deployed in over 4,000 educational institutions worldwide, including a few of our newest education customers: Teachers College of Columbia University, Chapman University, Carleton College, Edinboro University, and The Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
Today we’re hosting Dropbox Open, an event for our business customers. Our co-founder and CEO, Drew Houston, just finished up his keynote, which included a discussion with Salesforce’s Marc Benioff, and special appearances from customers including National Geographic and News Corp. We also made several announcements about our business, and here are the top five…
We’re excited to be hosting Dropbox Open in San Francisco on Wednesday, November 4. This invite-only event will bring together tech leaders, partners, and product experts to celebrate our business customers and how they’re bringing the future here faster.