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Enterprise Level Content Sharing Solutions from Box

The adoption of enterprise content collaboration solutions has exploded as individuals sought ways to easily access, manage, and collaborate on content. Accordingly, businesses want to leverage those easy-to-use solutions but can’t compromise when it comes to enterprise-grade administrative control, security, and business insights.

Why Customers Choose Box Over Dropbox for Business

Dropbox, a popular consumer tool for sharing photos and personal files, is a common consumer solution that individuals began bringing into the workplace. Dropbox for Business is the company’s new push into the enterprise market, but the solution still lacks many capabilities required by businesses of all sizes - everything from content audit reports, to enterprise integrations, to advanced security. Unlike consumer services, Box has focused on building a platform that provides both simplicity for end users and the security, administration, and control required by IT.

Box Suite

Thousands of companies have turned to Box to regain control over the content in their organization and still provide a solution that users love. This overview articulates the key differences between Box and Dropbox for Business, highlighting how Box is the ideal fit for businesses in need of a secure, scalable content collaboration platform.

Four Reasons Businesses Choose Box

  • Enterprise Security and Compliance. Box provides administrative, technical and physical safeguards to help ensure your organization’s content remains secure and compliant, including 256-bit encryption both in transit and at rest, password protecting shared files and folders, and shared content expiration. Box has been issued a SSAE 16 Type II (Soc 1 and Soc 2) report, and has achieved ISO27001, HIPAA, and HITECH compliance.
  • Granular Administrative Control. Administrators can control the settings of all Box users and easily configure permissions for the entire organization, a department, or individual user accounts. Additionally, Box provides end users with granular sharing permissions, including view or upload only access, to ensure that the right people always have the right level of access.
  • Advanced Collaboration. Sharing a file with someone doesn’t equal collaboration. Box allows end users, both internal and external, to collaborate in a single, shared online workspace. Threaded conversations, version history, tasks, and real-time updates keep everyone on the same page, whether users are at their desk or on a mobile device. Administrators can get a full audit trail of all content and collaborators, both internal and external.
  • Box Platform and Partner Ecosystem. Box’s open platform and extensive network of partners allow content on Box to be extended into existing applications and processes. This includes best of breed partners, the OneCloud mobile ecosystem, and packaged enterprise integrations, including Salesforce, Netsuite, Good, and Google Apps.
  • Contact us today to learn more about Box Collaboration.