"Never heard of Dropbox, but Box.net yes. Downloaded many MP3's from that site before, though I find most of my music in Hulkshare now. Still, I love the Box.net simplistic approach to accessing a file to download, no annoying multiple links or countdowns. Good luck with the Bin venture and hopefully it becomes successful so the programmers that sign on keep making money."
OptimusPrimeTime:"Never heard of Dropbox"
What!? lol HH has posted on them a few times xD, on the other hand i never heard of box :P lol.
Lets get more competition out on the field! The more the better!
"Box platform for teh enterprise."
Happens to me all the time too lol
"Dont remember really, LOL, The Cloud business is not a subject I follow here I guess. But the Box.net was used a lot before to upload a lot of music from many hip hop websites, now they use mostly use Hulkshare, but hey, there's always a first time to know about something, so now I know about Dropbox, cool."
ATT offers something like this called back up and go for the pc. Unlimited storage in the cloud. It is acccessible from any web enabled device. You can fax and email from the cloud per your smart phone. A great disaster recovery option for individual PC's. 10.00 per month per device.
I love Box, but for some reason i find that using drop box is much easier, and I simply drop things to my dropbox folder, and it's on my ipad, and other devices. If box could get more of a dropbox feel, i would use it more, and take full advantage of my 50gb cloud space :D
This will be the norm in a very few years period. I actually am looking at and thinking about doing some sales (for business's) of something of this nature. It is a bit more involved than this but the concept is relatively the same. Specifically though it is for business's, yes they have them for private user's, but the point in that is nothing really to me. The difference is size and administrative duties which would be handled by an admin (me in this situation) and be handled both remotely as well as on site. I am still tossing it around as you can do it through a very small IT department rather easily really. For a smaller business though they often don't really have an IT department or it is handled partially by a couple of people partially that do something else. Either way many things are going this way
Use them both, no complaints service wise and good amount of free storage.
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