Dropbox has put a renewed focus on enterprise with re-brand of Dropbox for Teams and single sign-on (SSO) log-ins.
The cloud storage provider has renamed its Dropbox for Teams software to Dropbox for Business.
"With all the changes we're making to create a Dropbox that's better for companies both large and small, it's become clear that the name ‘Dropbox for Teams' doesn't quite fit anymore," said Dropbox for Business manager Anand Subraman in a blog post.
"To better rep the features we're building and the awesome companies that use Dropbox to create, share, and save their most important work, we realise the time has come to rename to Dropbox for Business."
One of the major changes coming to Dropbox is the addition of SSO log-ins, which allows users to sign-in only one time to a central identity management provider. Dropbox says that SSO was one of the most requested features for its enterprise focused offering.
According to the company, the SSO feature will give IT admins more control over password management. SSO will allow admins to implement company password policies onto the logins of Dropbox accounts.
For users, the feature will allow for a simpler way of logging into Dropbox. Users will now be able to log-in directly to company systems without the need to sign-in to Dropbox separately.
The SSO feature was built using the industry-standard Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) allowing it work in conjunction with a variety of identity providers. Dropbox reports that the feature can be used on internally built SAML-based federated systems.
Dropbox's changes come as the firm continues to put a focus on enterprise tools. Last month, the firm brought an admin console to its software to give IT admins more control and visibility in the cloud.
The firm also made waves earlier this month when it signed a partnership with Yahoo. Dropbox's partnership allows Yahoo Mail users to save email attachments directly to the Dropbox cloud.
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