Dropbox Expands to Include EMM Capability

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Dropbox announced yesterday Dropbox for Business will offer Enterprise Mobility Management through partner integrations via the Dropbox for Business API. Image result for dropbox

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"Companies of all sizes continue to embrace Dropbox for Business because it’s the best place to get work done together - no matter what device you’re using," said Rob Baesman, head of product for Dropbox for Business. “EMM represents an important step for our customers that need to bolster mobile security and keep company information safe without impacting the Dropbox experience they know and love.”

Dropbox is partnering with MobileIron to integrate with its platform, and it will also partner with Okta, Centrify and Knox EMM to build an EMM ecosystem. It is also joining AirWatch in efforts to standardize public applications and development in the enterprise.