Practice Protect provides SSO, automated account provisioning for Dropbox Business & Enterprise editions
Businesses struggle with managing how employees use Internet-based file storage. IT needs to control the spread of sensitive corporate data and prevent security breaches from username and password combinations that may be shared across different apps. Corporate users are frustrated as well, since they typically have to create and remember unique passwords for every app, and may find using Dropbox is easier than logging into a legacy corporate fileshare.
With Practice Protect, you can centrally provision new users, create custom access policies, and automatically revoke access when needed. Thanks to SAML, employees can log in using their existing credentials from desktop or mobile devices without having to remember a unique, app-specific username or password.
Practice Protect helps lower the cost to roll out and manage Dropbox and other cloud services, and improves user adoption, satisfaction and productivity.
Automated Account Provisioning
When you create a new user in Practice Protect, Practice Protect can automatically create a Dropbox account for them, with the correct authorization, and single sign-on access. When that user leaves, Practice Protect automatically revokes Dropbox access — ensuring only the right users have access at all times.
Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication
Strengthen your security with adaptive multi-factor authentication (MFA) across your Dropbox for Business environment without frustrating users. With Multi-factor authentication (MFA) you can add a layer of security that allows your company protection against the leading cause of data breach — compromised credentials.
Secure Browser Single Sign-on (SSO) with SAML
Provide one-click access to Dropbox — without adding another username and password for users to remember. Practice Protect leverages SAML for secure authentication without passwords, to provide one-click access to Dropbox and all of your other cloud and mobile apps.