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Secure service for sharing documents?

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Does anyone have a recommendation on a service for securely sharing documents between businesses? This would contain sensitive info such as that found in W-9 PDFs for example.

The service needs to be simple enough that some elaborate setup isn't required.
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Thomas Zucker-Scharff earned 2000 total points
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Have you considered Box.  If purchased as a business account it can link to your AD (dropbox can use AD as well, but it is not as secure).
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I went with Dropbox Pro. You can password protect folders.
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