Box.net is utter garbage. I advise people to stay away from them. Back when this cloud thing was a distant dream in 2004-2005 I signed up for the Box beta. I was running the IT department for our local church, and as such at any given time point had copious amounts of software licenses and legal documents to arrange. I decided to entrust the file to Box.net who at the time made the promise of access from anywhere and daily backups of their systems. 30 days and a crash later and $2000 worth of licenses and drafted up legal documents were lost. I thankfully used to store everything important on memory cards at that point, so I had a few days of downtime before sorting everything, but the real kick in the face was when I contacted Box.net. I was treated with the worst customer response I have read in years prior, was told that if legal prosecution was the path chosen by me that they'll see me in court, and that the files were my responsibility and keeping a backup of them was my job. Sure it was, but it was also their job to maintain their status quo.
TL;DR: Don't support Box.net if you actually want the advertised services. Only do so if you'll use it upload last night's drunk pictures.
I say wait for Google's foray into the market within - oh let's say 2 months according to a friendly source.
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yeah maybe changes have taken place within the last few years, im sure there improvements. but only time will tell, thanks for the infomation
if you are usenet user you can hide you files there unlimited space!!!!!!!!
Another good site for sending and storing files is ge.tt I use it alot.