Four Reasons Why Companies Use Box and Office Together

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Download Today's IT organizations are asked to meet two often opposing requirements: providing employees with software they want to use and protecting their company's most valuable information, wherever it's needed. Leading businesses are taking a best-of-breed approach. By leveraging Microsoft productivity applications and the Box content platform, companies are collaborating more securely and seamlessly across their organizations, with outside parties and on any device.

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