Box launches Box OneCloud for unified storage on third party apps

Box has announced the launch of their Box OneCloud enterprise mobile framework that lets third party apps to integrate with Box to store and retrieve files owned by users.

The company said that this feature would let users work on their files stored on Box in third party apps and they would be saved at the same location.

The idea is to provide a unified storage in the cloud for third party apps.

Box highlighted four apps that are already using this framework:

Edit Documents Without Your Laptop

Quickoffice makes it simple to edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files from the road. Make important changes from your mobile device and save back to your Box account automatically.

Leave Feedback Instantly

Adding annotations to key documents in the field or the board room is a breeze with PDF Expert from Readdledocs. Draw, highlight and make notes on files. Then save back to your Box account so the whole team is aligned.

Take Ideas to the Next Level

With PaperPort Notes from Nuance Communications, capturing ideas and to-do items while on the go is easy. Tools like voice dictation and recording keep you productive when typing isn’t an option.

Say Goodbye to Faxes

E-signing is a breeze with Adobe EchoSign, so you never have to worry about signing and faxing contracts again. Open, sign and send along right from your iPad.

Box launches Box OneCloud for unified storage on third party apps

Box launches Box OneCloud for unified storage on third party apps
Box launches Box OneCloud for unified storage on third party apps

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