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Company Overview of Box, Inc.
Box, Inc. provides a cloud-based enterprise content collaboration platform that enables organizations of various sizes to access, store, share, and manage their content/information. Its solutions include FTP alternative to keep content organized, share files, and manage content access; document management; an executive boardroom for simplified meeting management, security and control, and secure mobile access; project management; a virtual data room; marketing asset management; a sales portal; secure enterprise mobility; and business applications for enterprise-readiness. It serves advertising, construction, consumer packaged goods, education, energy, financial services and insurance, govern...
4440 El Camino Real
Los Altos, CA 94022
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Box, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $193.8K
President, Chief Operating Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: $339.4K
Co-Founder, Chief Financial Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: $252.5K
Executive Vice President of Worldwide Field Operations
Total Annual Compensation: $497.2K
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: $205.1K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Box, Inc. Key Developments
Box Advances Lead as Next Generation Enterprise Content Management and Collaboration Platform
Sep 30 15
Box unveiled advanced security, governance and infrastructure management tools to help businesses protect and control their most valuable enterprise content. The company introduced enhancements to Box Governance and information rights management on Box, as well as expanded offerings that support secure cloud infrastructure services from Amazon and IBM. Box introduced new updates to Box Governance that help companies address their legal, regulatory and business goals for secure content collaboration. Expanding on its retention management and collaboration white list features, Box announced support for Legal Holds. For businesses managing legal discovery or litigation processes, Legal Holds will enable customers to put a hold on content stored in Box, enabling defensible discovery on all Box content and enhanced protection for customers. Box unveiled several deep new integrations with IBM that span product lines, aimed at making it easier for businesses to access and collaborate on content from any system. IBM Content Navigator with Box allows companies to search for content across both on-premise and Box environments, with a single integrated view. IBM Content Navigator is an interface and development platform that clients can use to shape the content experience for both their desktop and mobile ECM solutions. IBM StoredIQ with Box helps companies make more informed business and legal decisions by providing them with an in-depth assessment of unstructured data across Box and on-premise environments, including where it resides. With IBM StoredIQ with Box, customers will be able to search on-premise and Box-based data, classify it and upload it directly back to the Box Platform. IBM Case Manager with Box seamlessly shares content on the Box platform with external participants, optimizing case outcomes by applying context to content and enabling flexibility across business processes. IBM Datacap with Box helps businesses capture documents across multiple sources, extract key information from them, and store them to Box which reduces costs and increases accuracy and speed in powering workflows, regardless of device. Box also expanded its information rights management service, adding Device Trust support to provide intelligent control over sensitive content without impacting business usability. Device Trust allows IT admins to validate a device's security posture before authorizing end-user access to content, ensuring that only approved devices, such as corporate-owned or encrypted devices, can access Box. Device Trust will work in tandem with previously announced Document Watermarking to provide more control over content and effectively limit access levels. The company also showcased expanded cloud infrastructure offerings that provide Box customers with more choice and control for their content across platforms. Box announced that Box EKM will also support the new Amazon Web Services Key Management Service (KMS), which makes it easy for Box customers to manage their own encryption keys in the cloud, without the added complexity or cost of managing an HSM. Box EKM with Amazon Web Services KMS makes it easy for Box customers of any size to manage their own encryption keys in the cloud. Availability: Device Trust in beta on September 30, 2015, Content Navigator with Box integration and IBM StoredIQ Suite with Box integration available on September 30, 2015, and Legal Holds expected in 2016.
IBM and Box Deliver First Set of Solutions for Enterprise Content Management and Collaboration
Sep 30 15
IBM and Box introduced the first set of solutions to power next generation enterprise content management and collaboration as part of its global strategic partnership. IBM and Box announced four new solutions that can help enable advanced collaboration, data classification, enterprise search and enhanced analytics across content and digital business processes. These new solutions are designed to help address the needs of today's modern enterprise and include: IBM Content Navigator with Box helps customers search, access and share content across both on-premise and Box environments, with a single integrated view. IBM Content Navigator is an interface and development platform that clients can use to shape the user experience of content within desktop and mobile ECM solutions. IBM StoredIQ with Box helps companies make more informed business decisions by providing them with an in-depth assessment of unstructured data across Box and on-premise environments, including where it resides. With IBM StoredIQ with Box, customers will be able to search on-premise and Box-based data, classify it and migrate it to the Box Platform. IBM Case Manager with Box helps seamlessly enable sharing content on the Box platform with external participants in the flow of business process, and is designed to optimize results by applying context to content and enabling flexibility across business processes. IBM Datacap with Box helps businesses capture documents across multiple sources, extract key information from them, and store them to Box, which can help businesses reduce costs and increase accuracy and speed in powering workflows, regardless of device.
Canon Information and Imaging Solutions, Inc. Partners with BOX to Build New Industry Solutions
Sep 28 15
Canon Information and Imaging Solutions, Inc. announced a partnership with enterprise content management and collaboration platform BOX. The partnership brings together Canon’s imaging and cloud technologies with Box’s rich platform capabilities to offer integrated solutions for vertically targeted industries, such as government, non-profit, healthcare, retail, legal and financial services. The partnership will focus on the integration of Canon’s portfolio of document imaging solutions with the Box platform to enable businesses to securely collaborate and easily manage content in Box. In addition, with an eye toward the future, both companies will look beyond the office to explore opportunities in industries such as healthcare, surveillance, and entertainment.
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