Box Announces New Integrations With Microsoft
In order to make it easier for people to work with their Microsoft Office documents stored in Box,
the content management and collaboration platform has introduced three
new integrations with Microsoft products. Integrations with Office
Online, including real-time co-authoring, and Office for iOS are
available now. Integration with Outlook.com will be available to
personal users of Box in the coming weeks.
between Microsoft and Box let people store their documents in the cloud
on Box and work with them in Microsoft Office, adding to the list of Microsoft products that work together
with Box. The online file storage and sharing service previously
introduced integrations with Office 365 on the desktop and Office for
iPad and iPhone. The company also offers the Box app for Windows 10 and
Outlook apps for iPhone and iPad.
New Box integrations with Microsoft include:
for Office Online with real-time co-authoring, which lets multiple
users work with Word, Excel and PowerPoint files concurrently, and
edits from all users are automatically saved in Box;
integration with Office for iOS now lets people create and edit Office
files saved in Box directly from the Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps
for iOS; and
- Box integration with Outlook.com lets people
attach files stored in Box to outgoing e-mail messages, eliminating the
need to download them to the desktop before attaching them to an e-mail.
On Feb. 4, Box will host a webinar about ways organizations can take advantage of the latest integrations between Box and Microsoft.
For more information about Box integration with Microsoft products, visit the Box site.
Leila Meyer is a technology writer based in British Columbia. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.