Box has support for Apple iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices1. While you could just open Box in a web browser on your mobile device, using the mobile app gives you easy access to the power and simplicity of Box, laid out in a format conducive to the small touch screens of today's mobile devices. Using these apps, you can create, view, edit, and share content using your mobile device.
You can install the mobile apps from your device's app store, just like any other app. Information on using them is available at:
Previously we've discussed using Box Sync and Box Drive, both of which help remove or reduce one's dependency on browsers when using UT Box. But if you are happy using the web interface to UT Box, there is another tool that can help make editing documents easier for Windows and Mac OS X users.
Box Edit is a web browser add-on feature (or plugin) that allows you to directly edit files stored in
Last week we talked about using Box Sync1 with UT Box. This week we will look at Box Drive. While Box Drive is still in Public Beta, we have seen good results with it.
Box Drive lets you access (stream) all of your UT Box content on your laptop or desktop computer without having to “sync” all of the data down to your computer. Box Drive delivers an experience similar to a traditional network file share, but with quick access to Box’s advanced search, sharing, and collaboration
The University offers a range of tools for accomplishing tasks through the web. In today's blog post we are going to briefly describe how Qualtrics and UT Box can be used together to accomplish file uploading with form submission.
Qualtrics is a web-form service that allows researchers and others to create simple or complex web forms to collect user input, often in the form of surveys. The input is stored and can be emailed to the form owners upon completion. However, one
Over the last several months, the university-level Information Technology Services (ITS) group and the Information Security Office (ISO) have made some important upgrades to several of their service offerings. We wanted to review some of these changes here to make sure you know about these changes.
Wireless network bandwidth increases: The wireless bandwidth quotas for faculty and staff have been raised to 2 Terabytes per week (previously 500 GB/week)