If you use Dropbox Paper on a Dropbox Business team, you have the added benefit of admin and security controls to protect your business docs. However, some security options don’t yet include Dropbox Paper. Read on to learn which options are not available for teams using Dropbox Paper.
To be sure your team conforms with the standards and regulations listed below, or that you have all available admin controls, you can disable Dropbox Paper for your team.
Standards and regulations unavailable for Dropbox Paper
Dropbox Paper isn’t included in the scope of these standards and regulations:
- HIPAA / HITECH
- Germany BSI C5
Learn more about Dropbox compliance with these standards.
Dropbox customers can sign business associate agreements (BAAs) in order to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH). Dropbox currently does not offer HIPAA / HITECH support for Paper, and Dropbox Business customers who have signed a BAA can’t use Paper at this time.
Follow these steps to stop using Paper in order to sign a BAA:
- Export your Paper docs.
- Disable Paper.
- Sign a BAA.
Note: The ability to sign an electronic BAA via the admin console is available only to US-based customers that don’t use Dropbox Paper.
If your team already signed a BAA, but would like to enable Paper for your team, you need to revoke your BAA. Contact Dropbox Support to start this process.
Learn more about HIPAA compliance and Dropbox.
Admin controls unavailable for Dropbox Paper
Dropbox Paper isn’t included in the scope of these admin controls:
- Device approvals
- Enterprise mobility management
- Network control
Device approvals is a security and access feature for Dropbox Business teams on the Advanced and Enterprise plans. With device approvals, admins can manage the devices that team members use to access their Dropbox Business accounts. The Dropbox Paper mobile app is not included in device approvals.
Enterprise mobility management
Enterprise mobility management (EMM) helps Dropbox Business teams on the Enterprise plan manage mobile device usage on company apps, networks, and devices. The Dropbox Paper mobile app is not manageable by EMM.
Network control is a security and access feature available to Dropbox Business teams on the Enterprise plan. With this feature, IT admins can manage which Dropbox accounts can be used on their corporate network. Dropbox Paper is not currently managed through network control.