Dropbox For Business Rebrands, Adds Single Sign-On

Our favourite file syncing service Dropbox has rebranded its business-focused service. Formerly known as Dropbox for Teams, the service has been renamed as Dropbox for Business. It’s also adding a very handy feature: single sign-on so you can use your main network credentials rather than a separate account.

Dropbox says the feature, which will support Active Directory accounts and any system that uses Security Assertion Markup Languaage (SAML), will begin rolling out next month. Definitely handy in those work environments where Dropbox use has been formalised.

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