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Box Offers OneCloud

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Aaron Levie, CEO of Box. Image via CrunchBase

Cloud based storage is becoming the big new fashion.  Hot on the heels of Funambol’s cross-device storage solution, Box has launched OneCloud – overtly pitched at the corporate market.

Box claims that OneCloud is the “first mobile cloud for the enterprise to unify business information across devices and applications.”

It provides a suite of more than 30 productivity applications that enable workers to access, edit, and share content from their mobile devices. The product is currently available on iOS only.

“Today there are thousands of mobile applications storing data in a variety of information silos, stalling business processes and efficiencies,” said Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO of Box. “Box OneCloud unifies your business applications across devices to power enterprise productivity in the post-PC era. We’re fueling the engine of mobile innovation, making enterprise workers more informed, agile and productive.”

Speaker: Hal Steger, Funambol


Hal Steger

Day 2 Panel – Mobile Cloud & Business Productivity

Hal Steger is Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at Funambol and will be a panellist in our Day 1 session on how mobile cloud applications and services are helping to improve business productivity.

Hal has more than 20 years of international marketing experience at high-growth, innovative software companies. Prior to Funambol, he was responsible for worldwide marketing at Scalix, a leading provider of open systems messaging.

Before Scalix, Steger co-founded and was VP Marketing of Rubric, where he positioned the company as the leader in the new category of Marketing Automation. Rubric was acquired for $370M. Prior to Rubric, Hal held product management and product marketing positions at Oracle, Uniface/Compuware, and other high profile Silicon Valley companies.

He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan with a double major in Computer Science and Economics, and an M.S.I.A. (MBA) degree from Carnegie-Mellon’s Tepper School of Business (formerly GSIA).

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