Dropbox and box worry on Google drive

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What are the reasons that are making  dropbox and box be concerned over Google drive and why are they finding it difficult to be in competition with Google?

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Dropbox and box worry on Google drive

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Drop box is one of the popular virtual loud storage space. Most of the people using Drop box application and their online web service to share file, picture, sound, video and so on. That’s a one kind of virtual hard drive too.

Otherwise Google is online platform which is the sea of resource. That will be a really fool thinking if any one compare Drop box with Google.

Both company’s business purpose and plan is different and their product or features are also different. So why we will compare with them!!

That is not so unbelievable think if Google release G-Drive such as like skydive, drop box.

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Dropbox and box worry on Google drive

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Dropbox is a cloud storage service or a file hosting service operated by Dropbox, Inc. based in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 2007 by Arash Ferdowsi and Drew Houston as a Y Combinator startup company. Dropbox lets the users create a special folder on their computer which it then uses to synchronize with your account so that it appears to be the same folder.

Box is formerly known as Box.net. It is a personal cloud content management and file sharing service intended for businesses. With Box, users can decide how their content can be shared with fellow members or users. They offer 3 types of accounts: Business, Enterprise, and Personal. In November of 2014, Box acquired MedXT, a 2-man medical imaging software startup for about $3.84 million.

Google Drive is an online file storage service from Google which integrates with your Gmail account. Aside from allowing you to store files, it also provides cloud applications such as Google Docs, Google Sheets, and more. Of the 3: Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive, I will go with Google Drive because it offers the biggest storage capacity for a free account.

Also, your documents don’t expire and will stay there for as long as you want. Unlike with Dropbox, when you upload files to your account, it will only stay there for a specific amount of time and they will delete your files after that.

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