File sharing and the control over the data within file sharing sits on a continuum. On one end are the consumer offerings that are incredibly easy to use and come with enough, but not too much, functionality.
At the other end, we have the solutions that are enterprise-focused. These solutions tend towards big, heavy, monolithic structures and myriad levels of control. They’re all about ticking the boxes for enterprise security departments, and while they’re certainly robust, they’re not exactly known for user-friendliness. Indeed, the so-called “Dropbox problem” where enterprises see high levels of nonmandated solution use, came about largely because enterprise solutions are often so awful to use.