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Commentary: Health care’s innovator’s dilemma

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Fixing health care is a problem we’ve often assigned to Washington, D.C., but it’s not a problem that will be solved by Washington alone (see: healthcare.gov). Systems this...

Via USA TODAY

The CNBC NEXT List

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Lucky for us, there are young leaders eager to change the world and go against the status quo. In this volatile world challenged by booming populations, climate change, political unrest...

Via CNBC

TheGrill: Tech to Hollywood — ‘We’re Here to Solve Your Problems’

Monday, October 6th, 2014

“People care deeply about the security around the content they are sharing,” said Josh Kline, head of Media and Entertainment at Box. “They need to know who is accessing it …...

Via The Wrap

EmTech: Box CEO Offers Advice for Microsoft

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Aaron Levie, cofounder and CEO of enterprise cloud-storage company Box, has never shied away from talking about competitor Microsoft in the past (see “The Continuous Productivity...

Via MIT Technology Review

Peterborough City Council launches cloud-enabled technology strategy

Friday, September 19th, 2014

Peterborough City Council (PCC) is launching a cloud-enabled technology strategy to improve how it connects with citizens. The council plans to improve its cloud delivery to enable...

Via ComputerWeekly

These are the apps you want to try on your new iPhone

Friday, September 19th, 2014

Now you can access everything you’ve stored in Box from any app that supports iOS 8’s document picker. Also, from within Box, you can tap a document to edit it in your favorite...

Via The Verge

Box Goes iOS 8, Adds Support For App Extensions

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Box, the enterprise-facing cloud file storage and management company, today relaunched its iOS app with support for both iOS 8, and a key feature of that new operating system: App Extensions.

Via TechCrunch

An Alliance of Major Players to Guide Open-Source Software

Monday, September 15th, 2014

In a statement on his company’s website, Sam Schillace, the head of engineering at Box, said the group was “committed to helping companies develop a common set of tools and streamlined...

Via New York Times

Gaming Your Way To Better Problem-Solving At Work

Monday, September 15th, 2014

Heidi Williams has had an affinity for puzzles since she was a kid. Now, as the senior director of platform engineering at Box, she’s somewhat of a professional puzzle solver,...

Via Fast Company

Forget the Apple Watch, Think Drones In The Enterprise

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

While Levie fully acknowledged that we were very early days when it came to drones in a commercial context, he indicated they would very likely be massive sources of data and Levie...

Via TechCrunch

Aaron Levie doesn’t want his company to get boxed in

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

When Aaron Levie co-founded Box in 2004, he envisioned how businesses would benefit from cloud storage and file sharing—improved data access and collaboration—and, since few vendors...

Via PCWorld

How to Know if your Dumb Idea will Change the World

Monday, September 8th, 2014

In 2005, along with colleagues Steve Newman and Claudia Carpenter, Sam Schillace created a browser-based word processor called Writely. A Silicon Valley darling, it was eventually acquired...

Via Fast Company

How Big Companies and Their Tech Suppliers Are Changing Together

Saturday, September 6th, 2014

Box is generally known as an online storage and file-sharing system. But Aaron Levie, co-founder and chief executive, announced a series of new initiatives, including ways of annotating...

Via New York Times

Box plans a future beyond online file storage

Friday, September 5th, 2014

Aaron Levie, CEO of the online file storage service, is emphasizing business customers and the needs of their workers. “Originally, we were thinking, how would we text message a file...

Via Fortune

At home or work, Box’s identity is no crisis

Friday, September 5th, 2014

This week at BoxWorks, the tagline was “How Tomorrow Works,” with a focus on promoting the kind of frictionless collaboration, smarter cloud platform tools, and that the...

Via CITEworld