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Box eliminates storage limits, adds Office integration

Mark Hachman | July 16, 2014
Sorry, OneDrive--even a terabyte isn't going to cut it. On Tuesday, Box announced integration with Office 365, and subscribers can store as many files as they want.

Like Amazon's recently-launched Zocalo service for enterprises ($5 per month for 200GB of storage) Box allows users to manually configure whom a file can be shared with, either inside or outside of the company. That puts the onus on employees to decide if sensitive company information can be shared with external partners, a feature that Microsoft's OneDrive places in the hands of company administrators.

So far, Box does not have similar integration plans with Google Apps, but Williams said the company would be open to it.


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