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Is Dropbox enterprise ready?

Is Dropbox enterprise ready?

posted in Cyber-SecurityCyber-Security ● 6 Aug 2014

Dropbox have confirmed that the theft of an employee’s password resulted in a spam attack on a number of European Dropbox accounts. This sparks the debate of how safe is file sharing online.  The use of consumer grade services for the sharing of business critical data is certainly unsafe. The use of these consumer services to store and share files online could result in a violation of data protection laws and could break both internal and external data privacy policies.  However, for many businesses the easiest way to sync and share files online is through the use of email and other similar applications.  If you would like to safely store business critical data, Redstor can provide an enterprise-grade service that ensures the storage and sharing of  business data is controlled,  safe and secure.Redstor encrypts your data before it reaches our UK based servers, so no one other than you can read your data.  Even during transmission to our facilities, your data is safe and secure. You can rest assured knowing that Redstor is also ISO9001 (Quality Management) and ISO27001 (Information Security Management) accredited.

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