Originally Posted by Brynn Thorne
Someone did tell me about 2-step verification, but don't you need to pay for that service with something like netskope? I think, though, that they are more for larger companies. We are a very small business-to-be, so I don't think this is applicable to us. Is there something like a "lock" or "protect" mode just like in excel perhaps?
What is your concern? Do you want to secure the files on the server or on your hard drive?
For securing files on the server the 2 step verification is the best tool right now. It doesn't cost anything - you can use Google authenticator application, which is supported by Dropbox (and many other services) and works like a charm. I've been using it for years to my total satisfaction.
As for securing the files on your hard drive, you can use 1) the standard encryption built in Windows (but I think you have to have the Ultimate edition) or 2) a third party application such as TrueCrypt.
There are various solutions and their settings depend on what you're trying to accomplish.