Box announced an alliance with AT&T under which AT&T business customers will be able to use the AT&T NetBond service as a highly secure on ramp to the Box cloud.
AT&T NetBond uses the carrier's MPLS-based VPN service instead of the public Internet. AT&T NetBond uses patented technology and dynamically scales networking resources as a company’s cloud needs change. The new Box – AT&T NetBond solution is expected to be available in the first half of 2015.
“Box and AT&T are a powerful combination that provides companies with transformative solutions to mobilize their business while giving them streamlined access to the content they need for greater and enriched collaboration,” said Abhi Ingle, SVP Advanced Solutions, AT&T Business Solutions.
The companies are also working to integrate Box into AT&T Toggle, AT&T’s bring-your-own-device solution.
- Earlier this week, Box unveiled several important enhancements to its cloud service, including Box Notes; introduced Box Workflow, a new product that reimagines business processes in the cloud; and Box for Industries, a new initiative to deliver end to end solutions tailored to specific industries, such as Retail, Healthcare and Media & Entertainment. In addition, the company also announced the availability of Box Retention Management and new metadata capabilities.