Box offers file-sharing and storage software squarely aimed at the enterprise market.
The company’s business package begins at £12 per month and includes unlimited storage and uploading files of up to 5GB and can be used by any number of employees.
Documents can be shared with non-users, however they will have read-only privileges, and not the ability to edit. The software offers integration with Microsoft 365, meaning it can be layered on top of this software.
In terms of security, it offers SSL and at-rest encryption and two-factor authentication to ease your privacy concerns.
One of the few downsides of the software is that it doesn’t offer offline access and editing of documents, a feature that other software – such as Google Docs – do provide.
It does, however, offer an ever-growing set of features, including the Box Notes document creation tool, easy access to files from your desktop whether you’re online or offline, and previews of almost any file type.
They were recently joined by public beta versions of a comprehensive G Suite integration and a new feature called Box Feed, which intelligently curates and surfaces the content and updates that matter most to users. Box has also announced two new features that will be available in 2019: Activity Stream and Recommended Apps feature, which surfaces the latest activity and relevant context from other apps, and Box Automation, which automates repetitive tasks such as new content releases to save time around the review, approval and publication.