Dropbox Business is the corporate version of Dropbox. This cloud storage service is used for file storage, sharing and collaboration. The University of Scranton has contracted with Dropbox to provide full-time faculty members with Dropbox Business accounts. These accounts are managed and owned by The University of Scranton.
Although it is a secure cloud storage system, we ask that you refrain from uploading restricted data, such as social security numbers, passwords and credit card information. For more information, please review the Information Classification & Protection Policy.
Please note: Dropbox Business accounts through The University of Scranton are only available to full-time faculty members.
- Easy access
- Simple sharing
- Efficient collaboration
- Secure file storage
- Version history and file recovery
- Automatically save a backup copy of your files
- Access your files from anywhere
- Easily switch between different devices
Dropbox Business accounts through The University of Scranton are only available to full-time faculty members.
In order to synchronize documents, you need Internet connectivity.
In general, computers running the following operating systems can run the Dropbox Business clients.
- Windows 10, 8.1/8 or 7
- Mac OS X Mavericks (10.9) up to OS X High Sierra (10.13)
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with iOS 9 or later
- Android phone or tablet with Android 4.1 or later
Dropbox is available 24 by 7 except for scheduled maintenance.