Dropbox and Google Drive are household names. Everyone knows these applications as user-friendly file sharing solutions, but they’re the wrong choice for enterprises.
As consumer-grade services, they don’t provide the access controls, security features and flexible deployment options of an enterprise-grade file sharing solution.
Think of a baker that puts on a business suit. Just because he’s wearing the right clothes doesn’t make him qualified to manage a hedge fund.
Dropbox for Business is like that baker. While it markets security features, including remote data wiping, audit trails and strong encryption, at its core Dropbox is still just a retrofitted consumer-grade solution, not an enterprise tool built from the ground up for secure file sharing.