Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Box as an alternative to Dropbox

Dropbox has taken the legal world by storm as the default cloud storage service.  I use the free service, and I love it.  Now Dropbox has some competition, and that competition is specifically targeting us lawyers.

box.com is another cloud storage service.  It is gaining users, and it is gaining fans in its competition with Dropbox. At his LawSites blog legal technology and marketing expert Robert Ambrogi compares the two products, and casts his vote in favor of box.  Robert's post is filled with comparisons, and reasons why he thinks box is better.  Check it out by clicking here.

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