AllDroplr IntegrationsProductivity Tools Productivity ToolsIs CloudApp Right for Enterprises? Posted on June 3, 2020 | Written by Meli Taylor CloudApp–which we reviewed among our screenshot and screen recording apps–has a plan specifically for enterprise customers. With enhanced security and admin features, CloudApp’s enterprise plan is a good option for large businesses who already use CloudApp. But is it worth the high price? Let’s consider the pros and cons of CloudApp’s Enterprise plan to help answer if CloudApp is right for enterprises.What is CloudApp for enterprises?CloudApp’s Enterprise plan is for large businesses or any team that needs enterprise-level security and control. It includes the same features as CloudApp’s team plan–unlimited drops, high definition video, consolidated billing, integrations with 30+ apps, and privacy settings for secure sharing–along with some extra perks. Read on to learn more about these added features along with the pros and cons associated with them.ProsEnhanced security: CloudApp’s enterprise-level security includes SSO using 2FA, Google, Okta, or OneLogin and is GDPR compliant.Custom storage locations: You can store company data to private Amazon S3 buckets.Group level management: Admin controls include group level management and custom organization-wide policies.Custom branding: Add your own logo to your cloud storage space and customize links with your branded domain.Free demo: You can request a free demo from the application targeted towards your enterprise’s specific needs.ConsNo free trial: Although CloudApp offers a 14-day “free trial”, it’s actually just a trial of its free version with drop limits, limited security, and low-definition video. To get any of the above enterprise features, you have to pay.Cost: As of 2020, the app no longer lists a cost for Enterprise plans on its website. Interested customs should contact the company for a custom quote. However, in 2019, the Enterprise plan cost $17/user each month. It is likely that a comparable price is charged today.File upload size: At 6 GB/file, this upload size is higher than that for team plans, but still less than that of competitors (such as Droplr’s 10 GB limit).Bandwidth: While the enterprise plan’s 40 GB/link/day bandwidth is 10x higher than the bandwidth for team plans, it is significantly less than that of competitors, such as Droplr, which offers unlimited bandwidth to enterprise clients.Mac only features: Windows users pay the same price as Mac users for fewer features. For example, the highlighter tool in annotations and do-not-disturb recording mode are Mac-only features.So, Is CloudApp Worth It for Enterprises?For most, the answer is no. Though the software offers many impressive features for enterprises, other apps, such as Droplr or Loom, offer the same features at a reduced cost. The only enterprises CloudApp is recommended for are those that have the budget to afford CloudApp and have significant need for access to its 30+ integrations, a handful of which are currently unique to CloudApp. Though competitors also offer great integrations with apps like Slack and Intercom, CloudApp has the most integrations compared to competitors.So, to answer the question “is CloudApp right for enterprises”, you will have to consider whether CloudApp’s list of integrations is worth the additional cost compared to similar screenshot and screen recording tools. Related articles Is CloudApp’s Free Version Worth It? How to Use Google Docs to Offer Real Time Feedback Can Slack Replace Email?