E-guide: Online file sharing balances security with usability
For IT, online file-sharing products represent a battle between the usability that makes them popular and lock-down features that make them secure. Box and Dropbox represent vendors on opposite ends of the security-usability spectrum – Dropbox started as more of a customer product, whereas Box was designed for the enterprise and thus dubbed the most secure product by IT admins. In this in-depth e-guide, learn how enterprise cloud data storage customers can control and store their own encryption keys. Additionally, discover the security concerns of personal file-sharing accounts, and pinpoints the differences between Box and Dropbox for enterprise-use.