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Box is an encrypted, cloud-based file storage and collaboration platform that enables faculty, staff and students to securely store and share electronic business and academic files.
Review previously submitted third-party apps requests for integration with Box, Google, or Office 365.
Frequently Asked Questions about Box
Box has a variety of Official Apps and Plug-ins available to make working with Box more efficient. The University has also approved some third party box apps for University use.
Departmental Box folders are typically more complex than individual Box folders.
Find common questions and answers for Box external collaboration.
Instructions for how to determine the individual that is the owner of a file or folder on Box.
Instructions for how to determine how much of your available box storage is being used.
How to save local files from your computer to Box.
The "Box external password" is a different password from your UR NetID's passphrase and will allow "external access" to your Box account for those third-party apps such as FTP
FTP (file transfer protocol) is a technique for moving large numbers of files and/or folders to and from computers and servers.
There are some best practices to follow when using Box.
Box Drive is a desktop app from Box that allows you to access all your files in Box from your computer without needing to download or sync those files first.