Friday is the big day
Box plans to offer 12,500,000 shares priced at $14.00 per share during its IPO on Friday, according to a Reuters report late…
Still mum on IPO
Box updated its S-1 filing on Wednesday to reflect its most recent financials for the third quarter of its fiscal year, which…
Box CEO and co-founder Aaron Levie spoke to Bloomberg Television on Thursday and shared a few details regarding Box’s much-delayed IPO plans saying the company “should not have filed when we did.”
Citing a weak market, Box reportedly delayed its early September IPO plans and is eyeing a market rebound next year; the company originally filed for an IPO in March.
At BoxWorks 2014, Box detailed a new workflow management tool set to arrive next year as well as a new service that is essentially a custom-built Box platform for the retail, health care and media industries.
The week in cloud: Box ramps up its play for developers as Microsoft pledges Office 365 ubiquity across all devices.
If you are interested in reading about Box, its horrid financials and high cost of customer acquisition, or the new reality for enterprise focused startups, then I suggest you stop reading this. Because this is really about Aaron Levie, the co-founder of Box.net and me.
No one outside of Box really seems to know how much money the IPO-bound company makes off its file-sync-and-share software. But one report is naming a figure.
Box nets an impressive $100 million from an array of international telcos and other companies to boost its already-planned global expansion.
Box Founder and CEO Aaron Levie has a lot to say about just about everything in the world of IT. Here’s a sampling of his thoughts about cloud computing, mobile software, the Microsoft-Nokia deal and finding time for Twitter.
Steven Sinofsky who drove both Office and Windows development at Microsoft will now advise Box, says Box CEO Aaron Levie.
File-share-and-sync vendor Box will announce more enterprise-friendly security features and alliances at the RSA Conference on Monday.
As enterprise software companies build their own Box functionality, Box is wooing them to integrate with its own file-share-sync-and collaboration service.
NetSuite, DocuSign, Jive, SugarCRM, Concur and Oracle sign on early to new Box Embed program but with erstwhile Box partners like Salesforce.com and other vendors now doing their own cloud file-share-and-sync, Box does need some reinforcements.
The tension between scrappy young startups and legacy companies in the enterprise world was on display Tuesday, with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff noting his company’s challenges to some enterprise products from Box.net, Asana, and
While the use of cloud technology to manage big data on the enterprise level now seems hugely popular, this technology beenfitted greatly from the recession-era changes in thinking toward the cloud as a whole, said Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO of Box, at GigaOM’s Structure conference.
The tech giants have arrived in the online storage market and Dropbox and Box are in the midsts of parlaying their features into actual products–and, eventually into big-time companies. Heere’s an inside look at the thinking behind a new product category.
It’s not surprising that Box CEO Aaron Levie says CIOs are ready to approve big corporate cloud storage deals. But it is somewhat surprising that outside experts with no dog in this fight agree that cloud storage is coming to the enterprise.
Box.net, the cloud-based content management platform, has brought in $15 million in Series C funding led by the SaaS-focused firm Scale Venture Partners, and including Draper Fisher Jurvetson and U.S. Venture Partners. It brings the company’s total funding since 2005 to $29.5 million.