CEO Aaron Levie got lucky: The company that owned the dot-com of his company name wanted a lot, but not as much as they could have held him up for.
Sony Ericsson Xperia and LG phones and tablets will get free access to a whopping 50GB of online storage, courtesy of Box.net.
The cloud-based file-sharing and storage startup adds a new fund and partner network to its arsenal in its Microsoft attack.
Just install the app and register for an account (or sign in to an existing one). Presto: 50GB of no-strings-attached cloud space!
Not all cloud services are built alike. We take a look at some of the most popular options — what they're for, how you can use them and, most importantly, what you get.
Free online storage services make it easy to access files from any Internet-linked PC or mobile device. Amazon's Cloud Player is great for music, while Box.net is a sharing champ.
The enterprise collaboration app adds new features to help you leave your laptop at home.
Web storage company boosts capacity on both its free and paid plans, offering five times as much space to free users, and no limits to enterprise users.
Box.net has made its way to Android devices and brings with it a handful of features not found on its iOS siblings, like search and better performance.
Storage service Box.net is now giving its business and enterprise users a way to sync up local desktop folders with their Box.net cloud storage. The feature is expected to trickle down to consumers soon.