BCBGMAXAZRIAGROUP has moved to Dropbox for Business for content storage, sharing and collaboration. BCBG is a top lifestyle collection for urbane women, Hollywood trendsetters, and style visionaries. Fusing creativity with accessibility, BCBG is using Dropbox for Business to give employees a central place for all their work, help them easily share and stay in sync with team and clients, and enable BCBG to work faster and collaborate more effectively.
"We evaluated several solutions in our search for a budget-friendly way to help our employees store, share and collaborate on their work more easily, and we found Dropbox to be the most user-friendly compared to all its competitors," said Karl Ma, senior manager of global information and security at BCBGMAXAZRIAGROUP. "Dropbox for Business is remarkably simple to use, deploy and maintain. Better yet for my IT team, we've received positive feedback so far from all of our customers."
Dropbox for Business is the same simple, easy-to-use Dropbox that over 100 million people know and love, now built for organizations. With Dropbox for Business, users have one centralized place for all of their important information, making it easier to work together whether they are sitting in adjoining offices or halfway around the world. Dropbox syncs seamlessly across all devices and platforms, so employees can have their work with them at all times and know it is always backed up and safe.
Dropbox for Business also has features built specifically for IT, including sharing and management tools that give IT admins the visibility and control they need to run their business effectively. For example, BCBG's IT team can use the admin console to view web sessions, linked devices and third party apps and unlink any if necessary, require that two-step verification be enabled, or generate a downloadable report to get a complete picture of account activity on a global level. Additionally, IT admins have the option of setting sharing controls at the account level to keep shared folders and links within the company, or allowing users to decide file access on a case-by-case basis.
"A large number of our end users were storing business data on Dropbox already, and were very loyal to the service," said Ma. "By moving our employees to Dropbox for Business, we've been able to take over central management so that IT can fulfill our security needs while offering our users the solution that they were asking for. That's a win-win for us."