Cloud storage

Securely access all your files from any device, anywhere

Store and share any type of file

Presentations, design documents, videos, and photos — these files can all be stored and shared securely with Box. Box’s cloud drive works for virtually any file type, enabling multiple people to collaborate without the risk of version-control issues. For colleagues, employees, and external partners, Box enables quick access to files from any device, so they are free to be productive wherever they are. Plus, Box’s cloud storage ensures you always have an online backup handy and can access data from anywhere.

Manage all your content securely online

Box is equipped with enterprise-grade security, with encryption of documents in transit and at rest. Through the Admin Console, admins can manage the company’s files and folders at a granular level by setting classifications, sharing options, and access controls. Employees using Box can also set auto-expiration and password protection on shared links for particular files, or manually delete a link when that file is no longer needed. Box’s cloud storage enables the optimal balance between content accessibility and security.

Collaborate effectively

Box’s capabilities go beyond only cloud storage. You can upload files and folders and use shared links to actively collaborate on them in real time, with people inside and outside of your organization. You can also control permissions on a per-user basis, and even enable view-only access by locking a file from edits with Box Drive. Never worry about version control or losing a file or folder, since Box always saves earlier versions automatically, in case you need to go back.

Store data in-region

Does your company need to satisfy international data residency requirements? Box can help support your data residency efforts across multiple geographies. With Box, organizations that have users in North America, Europe, Asia, Canada, and Australia can use local data storage to store files in region. Box Zones raises the bar for privacy and control in the cloud, so you can work with organizations and customers around the world while storing your content in your preferred region. 

Keep using your favorite apps

Cloud file storage from Box enables the ways you already work. WIth over 1,400 Box app integrations, you can access and work with content across Microsoft Office 365, Okta, GSuite, and every other app you need to make your business productive. All your different lines of business can stick with their preferred productivity apps, and you get peace of mind knowing the underlying content is stored in a single, secure content layer. And with enterprise-grade security, governance, and compliance, Box makes working with app integrations safe and secure.

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File Sharing
File Sharing

Share content in real time for faster collaboration and increased productivity

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Cloud Backup
Back up files in the cloud

Never lose a file again — learn more about recovering backups in the cloud with Box

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Send large files
Send large files

Learn more about sending large files with Box links

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What is cloud storage?

With cloud storage, data is stored across a network of servers maintained by cloud storage providers. Documents in the cloud can be accessed online across all types of desktop and mobile devices and via various internet applications.

How does cloud storage work?

Third-party providers like Box offer cloud storage to end users. These providers own and maintain the cloud storage space, durability, and security to ensure that applications and end users can reliably and securely access files across geographies and devices.

Why should I use Box as my cloud storage service?

Box offers unparalleled space, security, and durability in the cloud, which is why nearly three quarters of the Fortune 500 use Box. Beyond secure cloud storage, Box offers features to help organizations seamlessly collaborate, build automated workflows, and integrate with other applications.

How is data stored in the cloud?

Data stored “in the cloud” is actually stored in off-site servers, rather than on an organization’s own system or equipment. Cloud storage companies maintain the data centers that house these servers and allow end users or applications to access the data via the internet.

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