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The man behind Google Docs is now trying to reinvent the web app at Box

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Box VP of Engineering Sam Schillace talks about building the service that became Google Docs, then fighting for the service’s life, and now rethinking collaboration for the mobile...

Via GigaOm

The Big Interview: Box CEO Aaron Levie

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

In The Big Interview with WSJ’s Rolfe Winkler, Box CEO Aaron Levie announces 15 million users, describes the future of cloud computing and wonders about BlackBerry’s viability.

Via Wall Street Journal

Box Sees Channel as a Growth Catalyst

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Box isn’t a company easily defined, as its cloud services go by many names – collaboration, content management, backup and file synchronization. Regardless of what Box’s services...

Via Channelnomics

15 Million Users Strong, Box Debuts New Partner Network To Expand Cloud And Collaboration Service

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

All things point to 2013 being a big year for cloud storage and collaboration startup Box. The company will be readying itself for an IPO and expanding its core product in a number...

Via TechCrunch

Box trots out IBM, Oracle integrations to boost its enterprise cred

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

As enterprise software companies build their own Box functionality, Box is wooing them to integrate with its own file-share-sync-and collaboration service.

Via GigaOm

The Enterprise Cool Kids

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

No, this isn’t a guest column by Aaron Levie. Though he and his startup Box, the poster child of the “sexy enterprise,” are definitely included in the bunch. “You should definitely...

Via TechCrunch

CIO’s cloud solutions meet collaboration needs and speed up innovation

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

University of Michigan CIO Laura Patterson is on a mission to bring the school’s faculty and students to the cutting edge of innovation. In 2010, the university embarked on NextGen...

Via SearchCIO

The Changing Of The Enterprise Guard

Saturday, January 19th, 2013

When we decided to focus on selling to enterprises five years ago at Box, we saw some exciting emerging trends: workers needed tools that were far simpler to use; cloud-delivered technology...

Via TechCrunch

Box CEO Levie Targets 2014 IPO After Global Expansion

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Box Inc., the Web-storage provider with more than 140,000 business customers, is planning an initial public offering in 2014, Chief Executive Officer Aaron Levie said. “The kind of...

Via Bloomberg

Box Goes to School: More than 85 Universities Sharing Content on Service

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Get ‘em while they’re young. That seems to be adage cloud collaboration service provider Box has been taking in bringing its services to the higher education crowd. The...

Via Talkin' Cloud

Being nimble in tech: Box founder Aaron Levie digs into the challenges of growth

Sunday, January 6th, 2013

Aaron Levie, the 28-year-old founder and CEO of Box, which provides cloud storage and file-sharing for enterprise, is keenly aware that when you have a relatively small and nimble company,...

Via The Gavin Newsom Show

Twelve Startups to Watch in 2013

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

The latest entry to the billion-dollar club, Box raised $125 million at a valuation greater than $1.2 billion. Box is an online storage service for enterprises that connects to many...

Via Wall Street Journal

Box: Ignorance Turning To Enterprise Bliss

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

There is perhaps no person less likely to start and run an enterprise software company than Box co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie. Which is perhaps the reason he’s so well-qualified...

Via ReadWrite

Box’s Gameplan For 2013: A Third-Party App Economy; Expanding Security And More

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

As you talk to Aaron Levie, the co-founder of fast growing cloud storage company Box, it’s hard not to notice his incredible energy when he talks about enterprise storage possibilities....

Via TechCrunch

30 Under 30: Technology

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Aaron Levie and Dylan Smith: High school buddies dropped out of college to sell Web storage, pivoted to business customers and now have a $1.1 billion valution and some $70 million...

Via Forbes