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Box cloud service earns the EFSS spotlight
This article is part of the Access issue of June 2017, Vol. 1, No. 4
Box is an enterprise file sync-and-share tool that allows users to store and share documents, images and other files with each other to collaborate on projects and more. It's a cloud service that lets users access their content from a mobile app, desktop application or web browser. Users can easily share Box files using the Share option within applications, which creates a link a user can then email or message to a recipient. Or users can comment on a document within Box and tag someone's username, which then alerts that user via email that a note or request has been made. The Box cloud service integrates with business applications, including Google G Suite, Salesforce and Microsoft Office, allowing users to create new documents, store and manage the files within Box. Integration with DocuSign allows users to digitally put their signatures on Box documents without needing to print them out -- a useful tool for contracts or approvals, for example. Many organizations handling sensitive documents use Box for enterprise file sync ...
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