Dropbox, the popular cloud storage service we talked about last Friday, estimates around one million of its 45 million users sign in with a business email address, so why not offer a service aimed at businesses. Dropbox for Teams is that service, and it debuts today. For around $800 a year businesses can get 1000 GB of cloud storage for all their collaborating needs. A big concern, however, is security.

As the New York Times points out, "In June, a security breach left Dropbox accounts accessible for several hours, and a complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission says Dropbox misled users about privacy." Dropbox says it uses security standards similar to banks and is working on a two-step password verification process.

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