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Subject: Re-asking question about "Box"
From: Larry Medina <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:24:56 -0700
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> Box Moving to Add More Value Beyond Storage - Digits - WSJ
>
> Box is best known for helping people store documents in the cloud.
> Now it wants to play a bigger role in shaping how people work–and
> helping them do it more quickly.
>
> The startup, which claims more than 20 million users at 180,000
> companies, used its annual event in San Francisco Monday to explain
> how it plans to broaden its audience even further.
>
> Source:
>
> http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2013/09/16/box-moving-to-add-more-value-be
> yond-storage/?mod=wsj_streaming_apples-new-iphone
>


Anyone have any direct experience with this product/service on a personal
OR business level?

It's a LOT MORE robust than "Dropbox", and it has a level of security in
the business version, but that seems non-existent in the personal version.

I'm curious who may have had any experience with the 'conversion' piece
they talk about:

"Converts MS Office documents or PDF files–into the HTML5 format. That
makes it easier to navigate among documents and cut and paste text between
them..."

Naturally I'd have concerns about this when it comes to RECORDS in a
business sense, but I can see where it might be a handy feature in a
personal situation for manuals, instruction sheets, etc you'd like to have
available for access on an "iDevice" or other mobile.

Larry
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*Lawrence J. Medina
Danville, CA
RIM Professional since 1972**

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