Many industry regulations impose strict document retention requirements that go beyond what Dropbox can accommodate. For example, Storage Guardian can back up and store the file version history of changed files for more than 120 days, in order to comply with several industry policies.
Storage Guardian screens your Dropbox data for ransomware and malware during the backup process, and then stores your files in a secure vault that’s completely separate from Dropbox. This helps to ensure that any ransomware in your Dropbox account cannot affect the “air-gapped” backup copy of each file.
If your business resides outside the US where Dropbox is based, you may need to store a copy of your data in your home country in order to meet data residency requirements. Storage Guardian has data centers in the US and Canada, and our network of managed service providers can store the data in other countries as well.
With Storage Guardian, you can create backup sets for data residing in several clouds, including Dropbox, Salesforce and Office 365. Then, you can define the frequency and granularity of each backup set individually.
Storage Guardian’s Extended Protection for Dropbox works with Dropbox Professional and Dropbox for Business.