Thanks for the response.
Point taken that Dropbox doesn't have control over what products are created by a third-party. I do find it interesting that the services that offer backup (Spanning, Backupify, Cloud Ally, etc.) have options for GDrive, Sharepoint and/or Box, etc. but no option for Dropbox. If it was easy to provide a Dropbox solution, why wouldn't they?
Either way, my question still stands, is there an easy way to backup dropbox for business data? Mover.io provides syncing capabilities but that's not what I'm looking for. Do you know of any services that backup? Or even a recommendation for a more manual process?
Right now, all of our eggs are in the Dropbox basket and I don't think that's best practice.
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Why are there no simple, automated 3rd party services that backup dropbox data? We have a business account and have far too many files to sync to 1 computer and then backup that 1 computer. Not to mention the fact that no one account has access to all of our files. From everything I understand, Dropbox is NOT a backup service, it's a file syncing tool. Other file storage systems have 3rd party integrations (Google Drive, O365 have Spanning, Backupify. Box.com has other integrations also.) Is Dropbox built in a way that doesn't allow an easy 3rd party integration? Backing up your data in multiple places seems like a very common best practice, and yet, it's not simple with Dropbox. I'm hoping I've just overlooked something. Please let me know if you have a solution in mind. Thanks! Larry
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