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Box.net

1895 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Initially created as a college business project in 2005, Box.net now gives over 750,000 registered users a unique way to store, access and share data in any format, from anywhere in the world. Try Box out on a 1GB free account, or try Box Professional for small businesses and traveling professionals.

 
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  • Founded in March 2006 | CEO is Aaron Levie
  • Headquartered in Palo Alto, CA | Data Center: California
  • Employees: 10 | Customers: Over 750,000 registered users
Company Overview
Box.net originally began as a college business project in 2005, with a vision of connecting people, devices and networks. Officially launched in 2006, Box.net now boasts a unique platform, which allows personal and commercial content to be accessible, sharable, and storable in any format from anywhere in the world.

Box.net’s solution allows you to move documents between your computers, to transfer files so that you can work on them in any location. You can setup sub-accounts for multiple user access, which works as an ideal solution for small businesses and workgroups requiring collaboration.

Box Free
You can try Box out for as long as you'd like by signing up for a 1GB free account. It’s a great way to start sharing and accessing your files online. And with packages starting at just $7.95 per month for 5GB, you will have enough space to hold thousands of Documents, Photos, Music Files, and Video Clips.

Box Professional
This is perfect solution for small businesses and traveling professionals. You can add up to 20 sub-users or workgroups. Share files of any size and format with your workers, including internal co-workers and external clients and partners. Through password-protected files and folders, only the people that should see your documents will see your documents.

Aaron Levie CEO:
“Basically we started this business to focus on the "average" consumer and make them interested in the benefits of online storage. The industry still has plenty of years before massive adoption, so we're working hard to position ourselves on top…” (Aaron Levie, http://www.siliconbeat.com)

Company Highlight: Box.net Unveils Box Widgets as the Latest Addition to Its Online File Storage and Sharing Service. Read press release