Salesforce fills out its portfolio of tools with its new Files Product, which will work with tools like Box, Google Drive, and others.
It wasn’t too long ago that charismatic Box CEO Aaron Levie would mercilessly make fun of Microsoft. Now he’s getting closer to the company than ever.
The cloud storage startup announced on its blog that it will begin offering a new starter plan for $5 a month per person, for up to 10 people, that grants 100GB of cloud-based file storage.
Now in its third year, our highly-acclaimed enterprise cloud event has just added three new speakers: Firebase founder James Tamplin, Box VP of engineering Sam Schillace, and Adobe product security director Dave Lenoe.
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.
Box believes it can help create “more modern classrooms” by introducing schools to its file-sharing technology.
The four new additions to the team will focus on hiring, generating revenue, and securing strategic partnerships in the U.S. and abroad.
YouSendIt says it’s getting a new name because it does a lot more than let you send files.
Editor’s Pick Mobile design has never been more important than it is now, and the top enterprise app makers have taken notice.
General Electric is on a mission to improve efficiency in hospitals, and is setting aside $2 billion for its health care practice.
Box plans to split revenues with the developers that use its cloud platform, which it claims will improve “enterprise monetization in a consumer app world.”
How do we progress beyond a health care system dominated by handwritten charts, or worse, technologically stunted electronic health records? The answers may lie with $20 billion in government bonuses and a few startup CEOs.
Box announced that it has acquired the technology behind a mobile app called Folders.
Developers may be hesitant to build apps based on health data because of security compliance roadblocks, but it seems there’s a workaround way to get HIPAA on your side.
File-sharing company Box acquired Crocodoc today, which gives people a way to turn documents into smooth, HTML5 experiences.
The “enterprise cool kids” are partnering up so customers can visualize relevant data to better understand the effectiveness of their teams.
Guest Post Video is the most engaging form of online content. But it’s also a highly expensive and time-consuming proposition for startups. Here’s how to do it right.
Cloud storage startup Box is pushing into the health care vertical, regulatory challenges and all.
Enterprise social networking business Jive Software has launched its spring 2013 update with new features including “rooms” for collaborating on specific projects, and integration with cloud storage service Box.
Editor’s Pick What’s it like to start a company as a teen, a twentysomething, or much later in life? We spoke to founders of all ages at tech companies like Box, Poshmark, and Hubspot. Here’s what they had to say.
Guest Post What we’re seeing today is not a swingback to the enterprise with the add-on of consumer models. What we’re seeing today is a swingback to more diversified revenue models and a refreshing change to the traditional go-to-market approaches … a head fake if I ever saw one.
Guest Post Optimizing for across multiple platforms is a difficult for startups that don’t have the resources to address mobile, tablets, and web. Keynote Systems looks at how some well-known startups fare in the three-screen challenge.
Box’s new security features may help the cloud storage and collaboration company win over customers in new sectors, including financial services and health care.
Editor’s Pick Box CEO and co-founder Aaron Levie talks about his company’s IPO plans, its competitive standing versus Dropbox, and several upcoming new features.
Editor’s Pick Gay and transgender engineers converged on a technology conference aimed at LGBT folks hosted on the Facebook campus last weekend. Here’s why many Silicon Valley companies are taking this group seriously.
Cloud storage startup Box has announced its plans for the coming year as it readies for a 2014 IPO.
Books, books, books, and some funding news.
As if $125 million were not enough, Box has expanded its gargantuan funding round to $150 million.
Slick conference calling app UberConference has integrated its service with hot startups Evernote and Box, a sign it’s dedicated to making conference calling smarter and more useful.
Aaron Levie, Box’s energetic young CEO, today revealed that the company is prepping for an initial public offering in 2014.
We survey the top venture capital investments into tech companies of the year. To make this elite list, you needed to raise at least $89 million in 2012.
Forget about consumer IPOs: The vast majority of companies expected to go to the public markets in 2013 will be business-focused.
Box VP of engineering Sam Schillace recently moved to his current job after several years at Google. He thinks your enterprise mobile app better have a good design or it’s totally getting ignored.
Editor’s Pick While consumer-focused companies like Facebook and Zynga exploded, business software startups have been quietly scoring household-name customers with multi-million dollar budgets, kicking legacy players off their pedestal, and filing for higher-than-expected IPOs.
Box and Yammer’s cofounders explain how user-experience design may be a solution for large companies getting their “asses handed to them” by scrappy startups.
Editor’s Pick A pervasive myth exists among tech founders: If they build a product that consumers will love, it will magically trickle into Fortune 500 companies.
Venture capital investments declined in both dollars and deal volume this quarter, according to the latest TheMoneyTree report.
If you could bottle the essential startup advice of some of the best founders and VCs in the world, what would it look like? Pretty much like this.
Box’s Aaron Levie, a bundle of nervous energy, kicked off the company’s annual conference this morning with a spate of product announcements.
Enterprise cloud storage business Box has announced a new HTML5 embeddable framework called “Box Embed” that will let more people access Box’s service through other applications, the company said today.