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Box.net and Dropbox and Skydrive Pro Users (1 Viewer)

Abraham

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I went to a conference last week for Nerds. I have six coupons for free 50GB Box.net accounts. PM and I will give you a code.

Box.net is a competitor of Dropbox but is build for enterprise. It has enhanced security and compliance (HIPAA) controls that Dropbox does not have. It has in-application editing of things like Excel and Word so you don't have to pull them down to your machine and worry about revision control. Dropbox has a better UI and is better for pictures and media. Box smokes it on security and business apps (it integrates with Google Docs and Salesforce for example).

If you would like one of the six coupons send me a PM and I'll send you the code.

 
I've got a 50GB Box account but very much prefer my dropbox for it's "Public" folder for easy hyperlinking :(

 
I went to a conference last week for Nerds. I have six coupons for free 50GB Box.net accounts. PM and I will give you a code.

Box.net is a competitor of Dropbox but is build for enterprise. It has enhanced security and compliance (HIPAA) controls that Dropbox does not have. It has in-application editing of things like Excel and Word so you don't have to pull them down to your machine and worry about revision control. Dropbox has a better UI and is better for pictures and media. Box smokes it on security and business apps (it integrates with Google Docs and Salesforce for example).

If you would like one of the six coupons send me a PM and I'll send you the code.
Were you able to acquire my dropbox t-shirt? :cool:

 
If by your Dropbox shirt you mean the pink, medium size hanging in Herd Wife's closet, then "yes."

 
Change your Dropbox passwords. Hacked, over 7MM passwords floating around out there.
Thanks, I have alot of bill related financial info on my private Dropbox. Aggregate spreadsheet password protected with a complex password, but still JFC.

 
I went to a conference last week for Nerds. I have six coupons for free 50GB Box.net accounts. PM and I will give you a code.

Box.net is a competitor of Dropbox but is build for enterprise. It has enhanced security and compliance (HIPAA) controls that Dropbox does not have. It has in-application editing of things like Excel and Word so you don't have to pull them down to your machine and worry about revision control. Dropbox has a better UI and is better for pictures and media. Box smokes it on security and business apps (it integrates with Google Docs and Salesforce for example).

If you would like one of the six coupons send me a PM and I'll send you the code.
I'll take one.

 

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