Box and Microsoft Office Deepen Connections
Software has made incredible strides during the last few years but as users' hard drive space dwindles many are turning to cloud-based solutions to accomplish the same tasks and at the same time ease the stress on their systems.
Box, the popular cloud content management service, has recently announced an integration with Microsoft Office Online in addition to the company's integration with Office 365 for desktop, Office on iOS and Outlook.
The latest integration between Box and Office Online will enable users to browse, open and edit Office Online files, including spreadsheets and presentations, directly from Box. Furthermore, users will have the ability to save all changes made in Office Online to Box in real-time. Also, through the integration users will be able to share their files by simply clicking the share button and following the process they are accustomed to through Box.
“The new model for enterprise productivity depends on creating seamless, device agnostic connections between the core applications that people use to get work done,” said Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO, Box. “Over a billion people around the world use Office for creating content – this makes Microsoft a crucial partner for Box as we progress on our mission to transform the way people and businesses work.”