We Can’t Recommend Box®
Box is ten years behind the times and its customers are complaining
Times change. Dropbox cured its issues, while Box is weighed down with technology that is no longer acceptable among professionals.
For programs that need to automatically share data among users on a virtual network, one where it makes sense to rely on automated installations or updates, a common path is essential. That often means that a default installation, whether by Box or Dropbox, is not going to work. For Dropbox the fix is a single click. For Box it means opening and coding within the Windows’ Registry, a risky technical task not for the faint of heart.
Save yourself some real trouble, go with Dropbox until Box joins the current decade.