Meanwhile, Google has a new version of its Apps for Business cloud email and collaboration suite called Drive for Work which includes, among other things, unlimited storage for all users. It costs $10 per user/month.
For its part, Box this month said it would offer unlimited storage to customers of its Business edition, which costs $15 per user/month and previously was capped at 1TB of capacity that all users in the account had to share. Box already offered unlimited capacity in its Enterprise plan, which costs $35 per user/month.
Dropbox's Fushman declined to comment when asked if Dropbox planned to respond with its own price adjustments to Dropbox and Dropbox for Business.
Other Dropbox rivals in the enterprise space include IBM, YouSendIt, Citrix, Accellion, Egnyte and WatchDox.
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