Dropbox has over 300 million users, and while the company has made serious efforts to increase the level of security and make their service more corporate friendly, the fact remains that security continues to be an issue.
If your business is considering adopting Dropbox for offsite file sharing and storage, thoroughly assess these risks first:
At thinkCSC, we help businesses ensure they have the highest protection against security risks inside and outside of the company. One of the easiest ways to improve your security is to switch from consumer-grade storage services to enterprise-grade solutions. That’s why we’ve partnered with Anchor to provide SyncedTool.
One of the primary benefits of SyncedTool is that if you do have a functionality issue, you can call thinkCSC. A stranger isn’t hosting your data anymore, a neighbor is. Other offsite data hosting services may be free, but in the end, you get what you pay for. SyncedTool is an investment worth considering, empowering your teams to better collaborate without sacrificing security and compliance. When choosing between Dropbox and SyncedTool, there is only one choice.