Dell and Dropbox partner to help SMBs get by the evolving workplace

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On December 16, Dell announced a strategic tie up with Dropbox to help commercial customers meet the demands of the fast developing workplace.

The partnership will enable commercial customers meet the workforce’ expectations with Dell’s fast and efficient devices and access data anytime, anywhere via Dropbox.

Customers can gain access to the productivity Dropbox offers whereas; Dell helps in maintaining simplified IT control and data visibility with the release of Dropbox for Business. The service, along with new Dell products, will help businesses secure their file sharing and collaboration.

“At Dell, we pride ourselves on listening to customers’ needs and providing simple, efficient technology solutions to meet those needs and stay ahead of the curve,” said Brett Hansen, executive director, end user computing software, Dell. “Dropbox is one of the most innovative and fastest growing start-ups and the most popular solution of its kind. Now through Dell’s global sales team, Dropbox and Dell can help organizations of all sizes embrace consumerization of IT while protecting company data.”

Dell is offering Dropbox for Business plus Dell Data Protection Cloud, which is part of the Dell Data Protection solutions portfolio. They target to provide efficient cloud-based data management for companies of all sizes.

Dropbox has always been about giving people a simple, elegant way to access their most important digital stuff, and today Dropbox is used in over 4 million businesses because it’s easy to use, easy to deploy and offers a secure, centralized location for company data,” said Marc Leibowitz, global vice president of partnerships, Dropbox. “Dell offers innovation, back-end expertise and scalable solutions that empower both end-users and IT administrators. Our shared core values of simplicity, security, and manageability make Dell an easy choice as a strategic partner.”