- Passwords for shared links create an additional layer of security so only people with the password can access your link.
- Expirations for shared links safeguard your sensitive files by letting you set how long your links stay up.
- View-only permissions for shared folders let you pick whether recipients can edit or just view files within your shared folder.
Another feature is remote wipe for Dropbox files from a lost or stolen device, which is pretty cool.
The price drop falls in line with Google ($10/month for 1TB), while Microsoft has a OneDrive business plan for $2.50/month for 1TB. Again, the price drop puts pressure on Apple’s new iCloud pricing ($0.99/month for 20GB; $3.99/month for 200GB; 1TB price is TBA), however the 1TB tier hasn’t had its pricing revealed yet.
If you haven’t created a Dropbox yet, you can sign up here (get 500MB bonus if you use our referral link).