Dropbox Business Partner Intuitive IT becomes Select Partner

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Dropbox Business Partner Intuitive IT becomes Select Partner

Intuitive IT is a Dropbox Business Select PartnerIntuitive IT has recently gained Select Partner status with Dropbox in the Dropbox Business Reseller Program, which is intended to provide Resellers with further training, systems, access to Solutions Architects and tools necessary to deliver an enhanced customer experience to its customers.

Select Partner status is granted to Resellers who are dedicated to cloud solutions implemented with the Dropbox Business offering. Moreover, Select Partners have shown how Dropbox Business can be implemented via best practice – and have case studies to support this.

Eligibility for this status is reserved for resellers, such as Intuitive IT, that have demonstrated successful implementation of Dropbox Business across a wide array of clients. It requires Resellers to reinvest in the platform technically by way of advanced training and provides a high level of competency when providing support to its customers.

What is Dropbox Business?

Dropbox Business is a powerful way to store company files in the cloud that can be accessed through any device. One of the great features available is called Smart Sync.

With Smart Sync, Dropbox Business users will have intelligent sync capabilities powered by machine learning built into their Dropbox accounts. This means Dropbox will recognise which files haven’t been recently created and updated, and won’t try to sync them.

Any newly created or updated file is automatically synced with Dropbox without the need for any user intervention.

Another great feature of Dropbox Business is that IT Admins can control which files and folders are synced to the cloud. With Dropbox Business, there is no need for local storage of corporate data or management of an internal file server.

The user experience will also become more seamless as users will now be able to access all their files through apps like Microsoft Office 365, Google Workspace and Quip, and they can also use third-party apps to access files shared by colleagues in Dropbox Business.

Just like any other storage service, hardware security modules (HSMs) are needed for securing the data stored on Dropbox servers. HSMs offer many different features that will help you protect your organisation’s data from a variety of cyberattacks.

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About the author

Yener is the founder and Managing Director of Intuitive IT. Prior to running his own business Yener worked for a number of corporate organisations where he gained invaluable experience and skills, as well as an understanding of how IT can complement and improve business outcomes.