With the new Google Cloud Identity partnership, Dropbox said the goal is to give business users more flexibility to work across devices and platforms while maintaining security. Announced as a standalone service earlier this month, GCI refers to Google's set of cloud identity tools -- based on a security framework called BeyondCorp -- that businesses can use to manage users, devices, apps and access. The new BetterCloud integration aims to give admins more tools to monitor workflows and team usage of Dropbox Business accounts, while the Coronet integration will let admins create content policies, control sharing permissions, and remediate violations. Dropbox said the new integrations -- which are just the latest in a series of admin features the cloud storage company has rolled out over the last two years -- will become available to Dropbox Business customers by the end of 2018.
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