Dropbox for Teams Officially Launches

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Matt Smollinger

Dropbox for Teams has officially launched, bringing in many features that business and groups have asked for.

After months in private beta, Dropbox for Teams aims to satisfy many of the feature requests from its users. Key features include:Shared Storage Quoatas so sharing to multiple people does not reduce storage in everyone’s accounts, centralized administration, and unlimited revisions for files through Dropbox Rewind.

Licensing is separated into users and storage. The basic account comes with 350 GB and 5 users for $795/year. Additional users are priced at $125 per year, and additional storage comes in 100 GB increments at $200 per year. No monthly options are available, and the administrator must have an existing Dropbox account to upgrade to a Team account.

Complete details are available on the Dropbox for Teams website.

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