With the team and IT admin functionality announced today, Plante hopes to move even more of the company’s data into Dropbox, further reducing the need for on-premises storage.
Dropbox says it already has business agreements with just over half of the Fortune 500 companies, and its recently announced customers include The Washington Post, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, NewsCorp and Arizona State University.
Dropbox Business plans start at $15 per user per month; enterprise plans are priced on a case-by-case basis. Some of the new features are available now while others will be rolled out throughout this year.
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