FYI: Your data is not safe in Dropbox Business, especially if you use Selective Sync when not all files can be stored on your computer's disk due to insufficient space.
Opening a file on my portable, that I could not find in the cloud or on other devices, so I could move it manually. But when I closed it, it disappears from the disk on the portable. Fortunately, the file now appeared in the cloud. It was not a recent file (over a year old). Of the hundreds of thousands of files I have, I have no idea how many other files are like this between the users on account.
In general, files on my portable were randomly not syncing to the cloud or my other computer, with no indication of the failure to sync.
A manual work around, if you figure out a folder is not syncing accidentally, as I did, is to re-check the sync and see if it reloads. This folder had over 500 gigs of data in it in Dropbox, which i did not want to load to my portable computer's hard drive (not enough extra room). The Dropbox support person was not savvy enough to realize I could synch the main folder and unselect many of the subfolders to create a new sync. This resulted in two folders with one of the marked "Selective Sync Conflict." Apparently the support rep couldn't figure out how to handle that, as the folder should have had a mark/flag to indicate a problem, although this did not appear on my portable. (A solution is to merge the one folder with the other on a computer, but that requires having them both syncing to a computer.)
The Dropbox technical support person was inept. He had to consult with his "colleagues" after each step. Than he would not escalate the call, but said he needed screenshots (of what I am not sure... my whole file system?) to progress and ended the call. The email that he refused to send while I was on the phone, claiming they can't send emails while on the phone, never showed up. Not sure how to continue resolving this major issue: my sense is Dropbox support is not only incompetent, they do not care if you loose important files. Certainly they do not want to respond in any speedy fashion, if they want to respond at all ( which given the sassy help person, does not seem likely). Dropbox Business is such a good idea: I just wish it worked consistently and could be trusted: it can't unfortunately, consistent with my previous review in August 2014.