The mobile access management capabilities won't take the place of an enterprise mobility service like MobileIron or AirWatch, and they're not designed for organizations that already use that software. Instead, the feature is aimed at small businesses that need easy and fairly rudimentary tools to control their data.
It will be interesting to see if these improvements to the management experience will boost adoption of Dropbox across businesses. The company has been building up steam in the business market recently.
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