The holiday season is here. It's exciting, it's hectic, and let's be real: sometimes, it's just too much to manage. Also hectic and hard to manage? The explosion of content in the enterprise, ingested from more platforms, applications and in more formats than ever before.
Connecting securely to the extended enterprise has become an operational necessity for most businesses today. Distributed IT ecosystems of onsite and remote employees, customers, suppliers and partners converge in the extended enterprise architecture.
At Box, we are always looking to improve our software quality and development speed. Test driven development and effective tests are important factors leading to engineering efficiency and productivity.
Box Notes, our built-in note taking app built for teams, aims to leverage its strength in real-time collaboration to 10x the productivity of Box users. One of the challenges with this, though, is that Notes are constantly changing.
By now it's no secret that the amount of content that is being created and shared is increasing exponentially.
Collaborating on ideas with your coworkers should be a seamless and effortless experience, but that's not always the case. Keeping track of different versions, redoing misplaced work, starting from scratch—these are common challenges that we've all faced. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
A few weeks ago at BoxWorks 2017, Scott Guthrie, EVP of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group, joined our CEO Aaron Levie to announce some exciting news: Box using Azure will be generally available in November. The day has come!
We're excited to announce that we are expanding the Box Zones network to Toronto, in partnership with IBM Cloud. Canadian organizations will be able to address their data privacy and data residency concerns by keeping their encrypted-at-rest content completely in Canada.
What's that feeling of palpable excitement in the air? Today we have some exciting news: at long last, Box Relay is now generally available for purchase!
At BoxWorks, we revealed the ways in which we're making moves to bring the benefits of AI to cloud content management.
On October 6, 2017, Gartner published its first-ever Magic Quadrant (MQ) report for Content Services Platforms (CSP).
Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President, Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group on stage with Box CEO Aaron Levie, discussing Box and Microsoft Azure's expanded partnership and joint commitment to delivering open and valuable solutions for customers. Box using Azure is now generally available as of November 1, 2017, delivering the cloud content management capabilities of Box while using Microsoft A...
Whether or not you attended BoxWorks this year, you’ve probably heard about Box Skills - a framework that brings the best machine learning innovations to your content already stored securely in Box.
By leveraging Canon's hardware and software with Box's cloud content management, security and collaboration features, we're providing integrated industry solutions for the enterprise. Together, organizations are working smarter to eliminate clutter and stay organized, transforming paper documents into digital ones, and accessing Box content straight from a Canon printer. To learn more about our ...