Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage services on the market. It’s relatively easy to set up, can sync across all of your devices, and offers multiple plans to help you to store, share, and securely access all your files.
However, it does have its drawbacks. For one, its free plan only offers 2GB of cloud storage, which is not enough for most solo users let alone a small team. It also lacks end-to-end encryption. This means that Dropbox does not encrypt your files when you are uploading them to their cloud, which is a major security risk.
If you feel like Dropbox isn’t making the grade and you’re on the hunt for a cloud storage alternative that’s suitable for your organization, I’ve rounded up five Dropbox alternatives for small teams that could surely do the job.