Dropbox has typically been a more consumer focused document storage software, but since its 2017 IPO it has set its sights more clearly on an enterprise market. Its business offering adds in unlimited storage, and a raft of administrator and collaboration tools on top of its consumer product.
The software can integrate with a number of third party apps, including DocuSign, Salesforce, Office 365 and Slack.
Their standard business package comes in at £10, and rises to £15 for an advanced option. The standard package includes 2TB of secure storage, Office 365 integration, Granular sharing permissions. Upgrading to the advanced package will buy you unlimited space and advanced user management tools among other features.
The software contains safety features such as 256-bit AES and SSL/TLS encryption and remote device wiping capabilities.
One downside of this product is the lack of built-in editing tools available with the software, meaning that users need a separate Microsoft account to enable these features.