We are using the BOX CLOUD SERVICE for our file system. They have rolled out their PC desktop application, known as BOX DRIVE, which allows access to all the cloud stored files and folders through Windows 10 File Explorer. BOX DRIVE includes a feature for "Mark for Offline" (MFO) which allows selected folders to be stored on the local drive and synchronized with the cloud storage. BOX DRIVE also caches the most recently accessed files for rapid access.
I am floating this question to both ADOBE and to BOX, Inc: Are there ANY issues in using BOX DRIVE with the Adobe CC programs, in particular BRIDGE?
Any input, experience, and feedback would be helpful.
FYI, as this is a user to user forum, there is limited chance that an Adobe employee will make any comment, therefore only other users of both software are likely to make a comment.
You could try the feedback site, which “has more likelihood” (that being relative) of having an Adobe employee comment:
In absence of response from Adobe or Box, any experience or feedback from users would be helpful.
Adobe has no support for cloud services other than its own libraries. I would do some testing before you try this feature as it is probably not tested by either Box or Adobe.
You can also make a feature request for more third-party cloud support in Bridge.
Im looking at Box as a solution for my agency ... is it viable or should i be looking for something more robust?