One Direction, 50 Shades of Grey and David Beckham in his underpants - it was clear as soon as Box CEO Aaron Levie opened his mouth that this was to be no ordinary tech discussion.
CIOs need to come to terms with the reality of the situation which is that most companies are probably already using consumer Cloud file sharing services, with or without permission.
Energy giant Schneider Electric is rolling out Box's Cloud content sharing and collaboration platform to 50,000 globally distributed employees over the next three years.
In the first part of this interview, Box founder Aaron Levie discussed the venture environment in Silicon Valley; in part two Levie discusses Box's enterprise push.
Ask Twitter founder Jack Dorsey to name his favourite entrepreneur and he’ll apparently cite Aaron Levie for the simple reason that “He's giving options to folks that usually don't have any: enterprise..and he's funny.”
Cloud storage company Box is ramping up its speed with a network accelerator as international demand increases.
Box Accelerator includes the following :
There is no doubt that the current wave of collaboration tools have swept into the enterprise and developed a very enthusiastic fan base, at least amongst some of the user community.
The Cloud storage wars are well and truly on as Google and Microsoft beef up their free and paid for offerings in a head on collision with the likes of Box and DropBox.