Dropbox is used by a variety of small and growing businesses for storage of files, syncing, and collaboration. Some users have turned to alternatives due to its expensive costs, its limited space and the numerous data breaches. There are many great options to pick from. Some are cloud storage providers, with different storage limits. Other are collaborative file-sharing apps that come with extra features like video sharing or tools for managing projects.

Box is a great alternative to Dropbox. It offers a simple interface and supports all major formats for files. It also supports drag-and-drop, invites collaborators for viewing or editing files, and also allows uploading and sharing files via just a link. Another major competitor is Microsoft OneDrive, which has similar features and interface that is similar to Dropbox but comes with more powerful business plans that include unlimited storage, Office 365 applications and security features.

Google Drive is a well-loved option for those who are part of the Google ecosystem, and its 15GB of free storage easily surpasses Dropbox’s free offer. It’s also an virtual data rooms excellent option for those looking to collaborate on Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents, thanks to its built-in Office suite. For enterprises, it’s easy to integrate with other productivity tools and workflows due to the integrations with apps available. Finally, NordLocker is a strong competitor that focuses on privacy and security. It supports zero-knowledge cryptography and works with desktop and mobile platforms.