Cloud storage is great for personal use (e.g. storing all your photos and videos online) and commercial use. Working from home, you need to store documents and share them with team members over the Internet. Store your important files in the cloud so you can access them anytime, anywhere. Both Box and Dropbox are excellent cloud storage clients that can provide users with many services. Let's take a look at the pros and cons of Box and Dropbox to find out which one is right for you. Best for: Commercial use thanks to a range of business-focused subscription plans and multiple integration options.
- 10 GB free storage space, free personal account
- Easy to use interface
- Third-party application integration
You can create an account without sharing billing information Disadvantages:
- Compared with other cloud storage services, paid accounts are much more expensive
- 250 MB file upload limit and free personal account
- Various desktop and mobile applications for different purposes can be confusing Box is an online cloud storage client with an easy-to-use and beginner-friendly interface. Unlike other storage services, the Box website lets you do more than just view, download, and share your files.