Dropbox has introduced its business offering, dubbed Dropbox for Business, which offers a single sign-on feature. Prices for the new offering start at $795 annually for up to five users, with each account having access to unlimited storage, versus a fixed amount of storage for its consumer offering.
The service’s single sign-on feature lets users sign in just once to a central identity provider such as Active Directory. Single sign-on also means one less password for employees and IT managers to deal with, as users are logged into Dropbox once they’ve signed into the company network.
Dropbox has partnered sign-on identity providers such as Ping Identity, Okta, OneLogin and Symplified. The single sign-on feature is similar to that of Dropbox’s competitors Box and Google Drive.
Other security features in Dropbox for Business include two-step verification, mobile passcodes and sharing control for links and folders. Other admin and sharing control features give admins the ability to view recent activity and web sessions and generate a downloadable report for activity within a specified period of time.