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Box announces integration with Office Online for enterprise collaboration

We are always looking for new ways to provide our customers with more flexibility and choice.  Opening up Office to customers and partners allows users to customize Office to meet their needs. Today, we are pleased that Box is announcing new integrations with Office Online that will help our joint customers more easily collaborate with documents and digital content. These new features enable users to easily browse, open and edit files with Office Online from Box, create new files in Office Online and save them back to Box.

Earlier this year we announced a new Office 365 Cloud Storage Partner Program to make it easier for other cloud services to integrate Office Online into their applications. Box is part of the program and already offers integration with Office for iPad, iPhone and Outlook for iPhone and iPad applications. By working together, we can help people boost their overall productivity.

For more information about the Office 365 Cloud Storage Partner Program, please visit here.

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