All apps created for Box, including both those developed by Box and by third-party developers, are available for your use with Box at Oregon State University. A list of the apps available and supported in OSU's Box environment are listed below.
Box Excel Online Previewer
Box for Office: Edit and share Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files easily (Windows).
Box for Office Online: Edit and share Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files easily
Box for Outlook: Send files using sharing links and save attachments
Box for Windows 10: allows you to access and share your content anywhere, anytime, on any Windows device.
Box for Windows 8: allows you to access and share your content anywhere, anytime, on any Windows device.
Box FTP Server: Offical Box FTP server: Requires FTP (SSL) connection
Box WebDav: Official Box WebDav
Box Sync for Mac & Windows: Sync desktop files to Box
Box Drive for Mac & Windows
Kumo Oregonstate: Cloud integration
Box for iPad: Access, manage and share all of your content while on the go.
Box for Android Tablet: Access, manage and share all of your content while on the go.
Box for Android EMM: Access all your Box content directly from your phone, keeping you connected.
Cell phone apps
Office: Box for Office iOS integration
Office for Android: Box fro Office Android integration
Box Capture: Capture helps mobile workers quickly snap photos, videos or document scans and then upload and securely share them with Box
Box for iPhone: View, upload and share your files while you are on the go.
Box for Android: Access, manage and share all of your content while on the go.
Box for Windows Phone: Access, view, share and pin your content from anywhere.
Are there other Apps available?
Yes, there are hundreds of apps available through Box's App marketplace. You may use any app you wish with your personal data. Apps listed in the Approved Apps list can be used with institutional data not classified as protected. However, before using any app not listed as approved it is important that you read and understand the following:
You are responsible for data sent or stored on computers, devices, and services you use
Before using any third party apps be sure you understand and comply with OSU's Information Security Data Classification policies.
Third-party applications that work with Box may take the data out of the protected Box environment and onto that company's application servers. OSU's contract with Box does not extend to those companies or applications, so their use for sensitive or protected institutional data is not permitted.
Third party applications may also store data unencrypted on their servers.
Any app using Web integration is required to use secure (SSL) connections.
Some app require licensing and fees. Any fees charged for third party apps are the responsibility of the requesting user or department unless specifically funded by OSU.
Apps not in the list of approved apps are not supported by OSU's Service desk. Support requests will need to be sent to the app vendor.
If you have an app you would like to use and you find that you cannot grant access to your Box account it is likely an unpublished app. In order to get it to work you will need to do several things before contacting the help desk:
Make sure you are authenticating to your Box account from the app using SSO.
Contact the vendor and request the ClientID from the Box Developer app's Configuration/OAuth 2.0 Credentials section. Then submit that with your support request, or
In some cases you will see a URL when granting access to Box. In that URL is embedded the ClientID. Copy that ID and submit with your support request.