N/APosted on - 06/02/2012
I am a start up record producer. I am using free accounts provided by Box.com and Gobbler.com.
I use Box.com to store personal data while Gobbler.com is intended for professional use.
How is this merger by Box.com and Gobbler.com affect my access?
Am i going to have a single username to access both sites?
Gobbler and Box’s Collaboration addresses the needs of media creators
Whenever web sites merge, one of the web sites will still remain while the other one will be a goner which means it will now be inaccessible or will stay offline for good. All possible active accounts including all data or files will then be transferred to the remaining web site as a result of the merging. There are times that the web site is not completely deleted and only redirects to the new merged site.
I already experienced this with my account on a site. When they merged, all our accounts were transferred to the other site and are still intact. But as what I’ve read in their notice about their merge, if a user has an account on both sites, all future modifications that will be done on the user’s account should be done on the account on the second site because the first site is already inaccessible.