Having the ability to share information is one of the most essential variables to a successful workflow. After all, to keep your business operations running smoothly, you need your employees to work efficiently. The world's most trusted file sharing interface, Dropbox, has begun to expand its business to include an offering for yours.
Dropbox for Business offers organizations a terabyte of storage space to start, but as your team grows, you can expand to an amount of data storage that your organization requires with no additional cost to you. The Dropbox for Business file sharing system features ultra-secure 256-bit AES encryption with SSL-capability for fast and secure data transfers. These state-of-the-art security measures provide organizations like yours with reliable solutions to keep your team productive from any location.
Regardless where you store your information, we at Voyage Technology consult that your data needs to backed up. All businesses should consider implementing data redundancy systems for peace of mind. The simple fact is that without your data, your organization would have a difficult time sustaining efficient operations. Drop Box for Business offers integrated backup and versioning to ensure that your team's files are right where they need them to be, every time.
Versioning capabilities also allow your organization an interface to expand your team's collaborative and cooperative reach. Customizable administrative options give you full control over your Dropbox environment, including options for identity management, security settings, and many other useful capabilities designed to provide safe, flexible options for your organization's file sharing.
At, Voyage Technology, we deal in efficiency. Dropbox for Business is a great option for small and mid-sized businesses that are looking to provide your organization with a fast and secure cloud storage option. For more information about our managed services, including Dropbox for Business, call us today at 800.618.9844.
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