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Former Cisco executive Padmasree Warrior is resigning from the board of directors of cloud file syncing and sharing service Box, effective on Sunday, January 31, according to a regulatory filing the company posted today. She joined the board in March 2014.

The news comes just less than two months after Warrior was elected to Microsoft’s board of directors.

Box went public in December 2014 and has announced multiple partnership arrangements with Microsoft. Now Warrior has a say in some of Microsoft’s biggest decisions as it remains focused on the “mobile-first and cloud-first world” that chief executive Satya Nadella often speaks about.

Warrior is currently CEO of the U.S. branch of Tesla competitor NextEV. Previously she spent seven years as Cisco’s chief technology officer, and she also held executive roles at Motorola.

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