Dropbox makes Constellation ShortList for Enterprise File Sharing and Cloud Content Management
Published on August 27, 2020
We’re proud to announce that Dropbox has again been named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Enterprise File Sharing and Cloud Content Management for Q3 2020.
Constellation ShortList provides technology buyers a list of offerings to consider in their pursuit of digital transformation. According to Constellation Research, Enterprise File Sharing and Cloud Content Management allows individuals and teams to collaboratively create, store, and share files to empower context-centric business processes. “With the lines blurring between traditional content management and file sharing, these platforms are no longer just for cloud storage,” says Dion Hinchcliffe, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research.They now enable content to be used within core business processes such as loan applications, medical records, legal contracts, marketing campaigns and product catalogs.”1
Dropbox provides a single organized place to bring together your team’s content, project plans, and conversations so you can spend more time moving work forward and less time connecting the dots. With a comprehensive ecosystem, teams have the flexibility to securely create, share, and collaborate on content using their tools of choice, across desktop, web, or mobile experiences. Through a secure, user-friendly interface, enterprises can adopt and deploy throughout the organization without friction.
Products and services named to the Constellation ShortList meet the threshold criteria for this category as determined by Constellation Research through client inquiries, partner conversations, customer references, vendor selection projects, market share, and internal research. You can download a copy of the Constellation ShortList report here.
1. Source: Constellation Research, Inc., “Constellation ShortList™ Enterprise File Sharing and Cloud Content Management,” Dion Hinchcliffe, August 26, 2020