Box vs Huddle

Box offers free cloud storage and file sharing services that enables you to securely share and access files online. Companies rely on Box because it's secure, works on any device and scales to meet the needs of small businesses and Fortune 500 companies. Box free alternatives are: Google Drive, OneDrive.
Huddle, secure cloud collaboration and content management for the enterprise. Secure file storage, project management & collaboration software. Connect with the people you need to get the job done. Unlike other tools, Huddle lets you work with anyone, whether they're inside your company or outside the firewall. Invite them into Huddle to work together on projects, share files or catch up in real-time.
Comparing Box vs Huddle is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Let's start with videos. We think that Box has better video than Huddle

Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like Box has more user-friendly interface than Huddle because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots

To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that Box is more popular than Huddle

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- Box introduced Box Elements - pre-packaged content services for developers (in 2017)
- Box introduced desktop app Box Drive (in 2017)
- Box Zones will let you choose storage from IBM and AWS (in 2016)
- Enterprise cloud collaboration provider Huddle raises $51M (in 2014)
- Box introduced new mobile web interface (in 2014)
- Box unveiled world's first industry specific file storage (in 2014)
- Huddle launches secure document publishing patform (in 2014)
- Box Notes is available on Android (in 2014)
- Box gives businesses unlimited storage, adds Office 365 integration (in 2014)
- Microsoft is already afraid of Box (in 2014)

Looks like Box was recently more active than Huddle (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which Box and Huddle meet head to head:

2016 - Box Zones will let you choose storage from IBM and AWS to stand out over Huddle

Enterprise file collaboration service Box announced Box Zones - a product that lets customers choose a storage component from another vendor, enabling customers to store files in-country when their privacy laws require it. Initially it will work on Amazon Web Services in Ireland, Germany, Japan and Singapore, but the plan is to expand that over time adding new zones using IBM data centers later this year. Eventually Box hopes to make it flexible enough to add any approved storage you like. The product will allow customers in Asia, the Middle East and Europe with legal and regulatory requirements to store their content in-country using third-party storage, and still use the Box service and everything else it brings to the table.

2014 - Enterprise cloud collaboration provider Huddle raises $51M to strike back at Box

Huddle, the enterprise cloud collaboration provider that competes with the likes of Microsoft’s Office 365, is today announcing that it has raised another $51 million in funding, which was made at a company valuation of between $250 million and $300 million. The reason for Huddle’s success appears to be two-fold: platform and customer base. On the first of these, Huddle was one of the early movers in developing a platform where companies can not only share and exchange files with one another, but also work on them together, with versioning control and other ways of tracking changes built into the platform. Secure services on the platform include Team collaboration, file sharing, task management, social collaboration and mobile collaboration, integrating with a number of third party apps and supporting multiple other platforms including Office, SharePoint, and SalesForce.