IT admins should enjoy Dropbox for Business
"Dropbox announced some updates to Dropbox for Business, which should make things a little easier for IT teams in the administration, security and integration areas.
For one, they've added tiered admin roles. There are three tiers: team admin, user management admin and support admin. The idea is that day-to-day responsibilities can be delegated by having different roles assigned to each admin.
Team admins have the ability to set team-wide security and sharing permissions as well as create admins and manage members. They have all available admin permissions. This is the only tier that can set admins or change roles. There has to be at least one team admin on an account.
User management admins can add and remove team members, manage groups and view a team’s activity feed. Support admins can manage passwords and basic account security as well as create a team member activity log. They can also contact Dropbox support about restoring deleted files, helping team members locked out of two-step authentication, etc.”
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