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Dropbox For Business Adds Active Directory Ties
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4/23/2013 | 5:31:06 PM
re: Dropbox For Business Adds Active Directory Ties
Personally I think hat boat is being missed here. You want a money maker then get yourself a Mac environment based enterprise storage area. With the speed of mobile technology and the popularity of iPhone, there is a market that is completely being overlooked. Also on another note University enterprises are stating that 70-90% percent of freshman are arriving on campus with their MacBookGÇÖs. I t is all good addressing the Active Directory users, as long as this is a step in a line of stairs and not the only step.

Paul Sprague
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4/10/2013 | 5:34:25 PM
re: Dropbox For Business Adds Active Directory Ties
It would be nice if they had an ITAR compliant storage area.

Actually, it would nice if ANYBODY had an ITAR compliant cloud storage that didn't cost more per year that it costs me to purchase a SANs that lasts 7 years.


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