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Dropbox rejected nine-figure buyout offer from Apple in 2009 - Page 4

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Forget Dropbox! Box.net is much better, especially since they're giving away 50GB free storage until December.
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Originally Posted by capoeira4u View Post

Forget Dropbox! Box.net is much better, especially since they're giving away 50GB free storage until December.

That and it has WebDAV support like iDisk had. If you use GO > CONNECT TO SERVER from the Finder and type in http://box.net/dav/ it mounts itself as a disk. I use it with Transmit

... at night.

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... at night.

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Originally Posted by Dave K. View Post

240 million in sales is pretty impressive. I wonder what their infrastructure looks like?


Rows and rows of MiniMacs?
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Originally Posted by benanderson89 View Post

That and it has WebDAV support like iDisk had. If you use GO > CONNECT TO SERVER from the Finder and type in http://box.net/dav/ it mounts itself as a disk. I use it with Transmit

Thanks capoeira4u & benanderson89
Thats pretty cool.
Unfortunately only 5 Mb free now!

[Ah! 50 Mb when you download their iApp. Nice!]
And the "Finder>Go>Connect to Server" feature works nicely.
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