Provider of cloud hosted software, Box is ready to announce a new service designed to deliver better solutions for enterprise collaboration and content management software.
The new service, OneCloud, aims to help departments work together with increased efficiency, and to better manage the mobile applications and documents across various platforms.
Box presents OneCloud as a central console and storage service allowing co-workers "to simplify and extend workflow, while keeping content centralized on Box". The service provides a secure Box cloud and allows multiple users to share mobile content, edit documents, provide or ask for feedback.
The new iOS availability comes with more than 30 partner apps integrated into the service, including AutoCAD WS, Coaxcion, SlideShark and Podio.
Productivity apps such as Quickoffice, PaperPort Notes, PDF Expert and Adobe EchoSign allow users to create, open and edit files which are then automatically saved into Box. The company proudly announced more than 10 million users within its clientbase, including more than three quarters of the Fortune 500, who rely on OneCloud to accelerate their businesses.
"With the iPad and Box, our sales teams can get to information right away - they don't even have to boot up their computer," justified his choice for Box cloud services Charlie Hunter-Schyff, Head of Planning at O2 Media, Telefónica.