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Box buys Crocodoc to display files more beautifully in any browser

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

Box has acquired Crocodoc, a five-year-old company that provides technology to display and annotate documents at high fidelity in a browser. It is Box’s first acquisition since...

Via CITEworld

Box acquires Crocodoc to make document previews richer

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

While Box seems to be among the leaders in the race to become the Dropbox of the enterprise, it wants to be easy for individuals to use, as to get their companies to sign up as paying...

Via GigaOm

Box acquires Crocodoc to expand document-viewing features

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

Box Inc, a cloud-storage company, said on Thursday it has agreed to acquire Crocodoc, a small start-up that provides the technology behind document viewers found on some of the world’s...

Via Reuters

How Box saved two health care giants from squabbling during their merger

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

When you think of about the merger of two large healthcare organizations, you probably wouldn’t imagine them using a cloud file-sharing and collaboration tool to manage the myriad...

Via CITEworld

Transforming Data

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Someday you’ll tell your grandchildren you remember the old days when data just sat there, like some list of information for people to look at. Case in point: On Wednesday, GoodData,...

Via New York Times

Box’s Sam Schillace on enterprise software’s hard curve ahead

Monday, April 29th, 2013

As head of engineering at Box, Sam Schillace has a bevy of interesting problems to solve. First, he needs to figure out security, storage and scaling capacity at Box’s rapid growth...

Via ZDNet

A better way to share and store electronic health records

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Could commercial cloud storage systems bridge some of the gaps? Krasner thinks so, and since fall 2012 she has been advising Box on the topic while also working as a health care startup...

Via InfoWorld

Box Expands Healthcare Offerings

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Box, a cloud storage and information sharing platform used in many different industries, has announced a major expansion of its healthcare focus. Among other things, Box has revealed...

Via InformationWeek

Box Takes Electronic Health Records to the Cloud

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Box, one of the leading providers of a cloud-based secure content-sharing platform for enterprises, announced today that its service is now HIPAA/HITECH compliant, signaling an aggressive...

Via CIO Magazine

Box touts it’s now HIPAA-compliant for hosting personal health records

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Box has been busy building up its community of partners as it preps for a potential IPO next year, and the latest step is a move to open up the customer base to the healthcare industry....

Via ZDNet

Thinking Outside the ‘Box’ and Securing the Cloud

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Box co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie talks security in the cloud.


Box’s Aaron Levie and Jive’s Tony Zingale Talk About Teaming Up

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Yesterday, Box, the upstart IPO-bound enterprise cloud services and collaboration startup, and Jive Software, the social enterprise software company that went public last year, announced...

Via All Things D

Former Yahoo Security Head Somaini Lands at Cloud Startup Box

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Justin Somaini, the former chief information security officer at Yahoo who left that company in January, has landed a new job at high-flying cloud-computing startup Box.

Via All Things D

Building on the Cloud: Gehry and Box Overhaul Architecture With New Paperless Service

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Frank Gehry hates paper. Not paper itself — just its use in architecture. His company, Gehry Technologies, has spent the last several decades developing a digital system for sharing...


The startup bubble hasn’t burst

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Perhaps the best example is Box, a secure file sharing service for businesses. What started as a scrappy startup eight years ago has turned into full-fledged company with 700 employees...

Via CNN Money