I've been using OneDriver for 6 month now, I discover this project from a post on itsfoss.com and now I'm using the program everyday. You have the option of mounting on Login and has real-time syncing. For box.com sadly I can't help you since I don't use that platform. - Source: Reddit / 8 days ago
Box.com ? I would check out the reasons people use the tools they use. - Source: Reddit / 11 days ago
Looking for a good box.com solution, looking at maybe using expandrive (which is not free) to mount box. - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
I exchange photos and other info to family members via cloud storage, mostly box.com. - Source: Reddit / 25 days ago
To practice things, you can get your own free tenant in Azure AD. Set up access controls. Play around with the default roles in Azure. Federate some applications and get signed in (box.com, adobe.com for example allow anyone to federate and are even self-service). Download SAML tracer and review authentication attempts. Read about OIDC/SAML. OIDC is the future of authentication. OAuth 2.0 is great. I think this is... - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
I see a lot of people moving over from box.com or dropbox to OneDrive. I have Dropbox and it's so easy so drag and drop and share a link. It seems a bit cumbersome with the guys in the field though. What was your main deciding factor to move to OneDrive? - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
I worked at a personal injury firm for over five years. When I first arrived everything was paper. They had cabinets FILLED with endless documents that nobody ever looked at but we "needed". Eventually, we started to switch to paperless took me months to scan every single document into our new online system. But it was worth every second. We went from using box.com to OneDrive. I highly recommend one drive. You... - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
I'm curious how others here have had to actually use the hard copies of their travel documents; and if it isn't enough to simply store them in the cloud (Box.com etc) and/or thumb-drive. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Today, downloading from box.com has been abysmal, as despite my internet speed being completely normal, the download speed from box has slowed to 50KB per second. Downloading from everywhere else (google drive, steam) has been totally fine and it is just this specific website that is having issues. I have messaged others whom I work with and they are all having no trouble at all and are downloading from the same... - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
So the only download link is from box.com. However, when clicking download the speed is painfully slow. I'm talking 40kb/s slow. When normally I get 2-3mb/s easily, third party download softwares like IDM don't work. After trying to search for solutions for hours I decided to just wait out the long download time. After an hour and a half the download just drop dead with error at around 50mb to 70mb. Retrying gives... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
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