You have a choice.
Sharing files, paying bills, connecting with others - you do all of this online in your personal life without having to think twice. But at work? That's a whole other story.
It's time to decide if you want to continue doing things the old way, or join us in the cloud. What will you choose?
"Box has really become a SharePoint replacement for us. We probably save a couple hundred dollars a month by not using SharePoint . . ."~Brian Davis, President and CEO, Net Generation
"Business expectations are shifting from "heavy" owner-operated solutions towards lighter-weight technologies like virtualization, cloud computing, and Web 2.0 social computing."~Gartner Inc.
"My group switched from SharePoint to Box because of Box's simplicity, accessibility and lower cost. The implementation of Box was easy with zero learning curve."~Ron Sakaguchi, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation
"Over 2008-2012, spending on IT cloud services is expected to grow almost threefold, reaching $42 billion by 2012."~IDC
"We didn't have the internal infrastructure, expertise, or budget to deploy, extend and maintain SharePoint. Socialtext's hosted solution was just what we needed."~Steve Brewer, Business Applications Development Director, FONA International
"By 2011, 25% of new business software will be delivered as SaaS."~Gartner, Inc
"SharePoint is a complex, overdone application. Box.net is like a swiss army knife, and a lot more versatile for document sharing."~Nathaniel Clevenger, Managing Director, Ascend Performance Group
By 2011 the cloud computing market will reach $160 billion, including $95 billion in business and productivity applications.~Merrill Lynch
"The usability and clunkiness of SharePoint led us to use a more openly available service like Box.net."~Patrick Moran, CMO
By 2013, the SaaS billing market will be over $14 billion.~Brian Davis, President and CEO, Net Generation
Box has really become a SharePoint replacement for us. We probably save a couple hundred dollars a month by not using SharePoint . . .~Patrick Moran, CMO
Growth in spending on cloud services by U.S. companies with 100 or fewer employees is projected to grow to $4.1 billion in 2013.~Patrick Moran, CMO
"With Box, we don't need to maintain hardware, we don't have to worry about backups, and we haven't lost anything."~Judi Sohn, VP of Operations, C3
95% of all businesses are expected to purchase cloud services by 2015.~Technology Business Research
"Not only is Box 1,000% easier to use than FTP, but it also enables us to survive and flourish as a virtual organization."~David Elias, Principal and Head of Telecommunications, ZON Architects
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