Last month, Dropbox gave business users in its early access program the ability to rule their corporate accounts with an iron fist. Now the cloud storage company has opened the gate, allowing all business customers to obsess over their folder and file permissions too.
The July announcement granted administrators highly requested features covering view-only permissions for shared folders, and passwords and expirations for shared links.
This move is undoubtedly Dropbox’s way of answering critics who were unconvinced about the tightness of its security. With these changes, managers and authorized workers can fine-tune sharing controls, so freelancers, contract workers and other contacts don’t have unbridled access to company documents.
Lead photo by Adriana Lee for ReadWrite, smartphone image courtesy of Dropbox