Box is similar to Dropbox or Google Drive in that it is a cloud-based content management application that syncs with your desktop. It provides 10GB plus syncing capabilities with its free profile. Box can be accessed by any mobile devises such as iPad, iPhone, Android and tablets. It also has a very nice document preview capability without opening the document. Users can add comments and view versions with documents with a paid subscription to the app.
The advantage of Box over DropBox is that it allows online editing of documents and has 8 GB more space with a free account.
With the advent of cloud-based document management systems, such as Google Drive, DropBox, SugarSync, SkyDrive, we now have the problem of having information and documents in multiple places. So where did you file that document? And in what system?
Hojoki is an app that provides a way to see all your cloud-based apps in one view. It integrates Google Drive, Google Calendar, Evernote, Dropbox and Pocket plus about 25 more different apps. It has universal cloud search capabilities. It also allows teams to create customized workspaces that you can add folders from multiple cloud-based systems such as Google Drive and DropBox. It also has a basic task list however it does not give the capabilities of due or start dates. Take the demo and see if it might work for you.
This article from Fast Company also provides a good overview of hojoki.