Bitdefender's Safebox doesn't mention Dropbox by name, but that's clearly what the company is going up against. Perhaps Steve Jobs was right when he suggested Dropbox was a feature, not a business.
Content management specialist OpenText has released a series of tools which will allow enterprises to establish their own content sharing systems - in what amounts to a private Dropbox service.
A lot of people use Dropbox and similar services to store work-related files as they are so convenient and easy to use. What if there was an equivalent that kept the data onshore and provided better access controls?
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