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Box.com Melds Google and Microsoft Into Document Engine of the Future

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Aaron Levie, the 28-year-old CEO of Silicon Valley startup Box, happened to notice that ex-Microsoft kingpin Steven Sinofsky was returning to the States after a trip to Africa, so he...

Via WIRED

Box to unveil Google Docs rival, policy engine and more at BoxWorks

Monday, September 16th, 2013

As Box kicks off its annual conference in San Francisco on Monday morning, Chief Executive Aaron Levie will unveil Box Notes, an online word processing tool designed to improve collaboration...

Via San Francisco Chronicle

Long Known for Storing and Sharing, Box Aims to Be More About Doing

Monday, September 16th, 2013

It’s becoming ever less accurate to refer to the cloud company Box as a company focused on enterprise file storage. Lately people have been adding the phrase “and collaboration”...

Via All Things D

Former Windows Head Sinofsky Joins Box as Adviser

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

Steven Sinofsky, who stepped down as head of Microsoft’s Windows business last fall, is joining the cloud storage startup Box as an adviser. Box CEO Aaron Levie announced the move...

Via Wall Street Journal

Guess who’s advising Box: Former Microsoft exec Steven Sinofsky

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

Like many modern relationships, this one started with a Facebook message. That was how Aaron Levie, the CEO of Box, connected with Steven Sinofsky after hearing that the former Windows...

Via GeekWire

Microsoft’s Next Era

Sunday, August 25th, 2013

Moments like this happen only once a generation in the technology industry. The announcement of Steve Ballmer’s retirement from his post as CEO of Microsoft puts an end to one of...

Via TechCrunch

Webcor Moves Construction Industry To The Cloud

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

The construction industry has traditionally been slow to move to new enterprise technology. Many companies have also built their own technology systems, which has made working with...

Via Forbes

Aaron Levie, elephant hunter: Why the cloud’s consummate poster boy is actually an outlier

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

If you knew Levie back in Box’s early days, it’s surreal to watch. The still 20-something, wise-cracking, easily distracted Levie is dressed in a suit, laser focused and serious,...

Via PandoDaily

Box doubles free storage to 10GB, hits 20M users

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Cloud storage service Box has doubled the amount of storage for personal use and added more business options, the company announced on Wednesday. This means individuals who store files...

Via CNET

Box Doubles Its Free Plan To 10GB, Creates New $5/Month, 100GB Storage Tier For Small Firms

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Box, an enterprise-facing cloud document and file storage service, today opened a new front in the online storage war by doubling its free plan to 10GB of space, and added a new, low-cost...

Via TechCrunch

Cloud service Box tweaks plans to target small business

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Cloud storage service Box is expanding its selection of subscription plans in a new push to attract small- and mid-sized businesses.

Via USA TODAY

Box swivels to small businesses with new subscription plan

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

After spending the past two years beefing up its cloud storage and file sharing app for use in large enterprises, Box has turned its attention back to small and medium businesses with...

Via IDG News

How mobile technology created a workforce that never stops working

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

His firm uses Box, a cloud storage and syncing service, and integrates that with Clio, legal practice management software. While the iPad lacks the type of file manager Windows and...

Via Ars Technica

Box polishes its Android app with better navigation, account switching, and more

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Enterprise cloud storage and collaboration powerhouse Box has updated its Android app with lots of new features to keep business teams better connected on the platform.

Via VentureBeat

Apps to Send Smartphone Files Into the Cloud

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Box is one of my favorite cloud storage apps. It’s a free download for iOS and Android, and the service is also available for PCs. The app is great to look at and its controls are...

Via New York Times