Through Kenesto’s integration with Dropbox, enterprises can include content stored in Dropbox within Kenesto’s tasks, workflows and sub-workflow processes, engage in contextual conversations around that content, and interact securely with their partners and suppliers.
“With this seamless integration, we’re extending the concept of sharing files on Dropbox with common business concepts through Kenesto’s task management, workflow, and other business-oriented collaboration capabilities,” said Stephen Bodnar, Kenesto’s senior vice president of products and strategy. “While Dropbox is a widely used file sharing solution, too many offerings on the market today are either targeted solely at consumers, are too limited in scope to provide appropriate business value, or lack IT security robustness. Kenesto was designed from the outset to provide secure, robust business value, while embracing certain ad-hoc and social concepts becoming the norm in the lives of today’s users. ”
Kenesto offers a subscription-based professional version of its solution designed for enterprises, as well as a free community edition designed for independent contractors, makers and others who do not require a separate cloud tenant.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.