Synchronise contacts and customers between your applications.
Replicate your invoices and save your important data.
Keep control of your accounting by exporting your transactions.
Use your customer data to improve your sales.
Teams can create new documents and share them with members. They can also engage in real-time document editing and leave comments to update members of changes.
Users can open different file types like PDFs and MPEG4s, and they can work on Microsoft Word files straight from the drive.
Advanced sharing enables only selected users to see important files. Files can be remotely wiped if sensitive data gets compromised.
Dropbox can recover deleted files and maintains version histories in case users want to recover old file versions. It also keeps track of all actions performed on specific files.
Tips to integrate Dropbox and Google Drive easily
Dropbox is a cloud-based file sharing software system that caters to individuals and businesses of all sizes, allowing users to share and send files to anyone.
Google Drive helps users store company data in one place. The platform provides a central admin panel, data-loss prevention and a vault for the drive to ensure compliance and file sharing between users.