Using USB drives in the corporate environment is always the topic of security because viruses and malware can be introduced maliciously or unintentionally. For corporate environment, I am thinking to implement and enforce something like file sharing, similar to Google Drive or OneDrive, but is only used in the corporate environment for internal staff. E.g. implement a SharePoint file sharing facility and corporate security policy would state that they are not allowed to use USB drives in corporate issued laptops/desktops. At the same time we will turn off USB ports for all corporate issued devices. This should be a good way to thwart virus/malware introduced through USB drives.
However, this idea might not be wise if my senior management are giving presentations overseas and need thumbdrives to pass slides around, for e.g.
Have you had this type of environment? I would like to seek comments.