Five Ways Box Makes SharePoint Better

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Businesses around the world have made significant investments in Microsoft SharePoint at the core of their content management systems. However, these same companies are struggling with making the transition to a more mobile, more collaborative workplace. At Box, we work with companies of all sizes -- from 50 employees to over 50,000 -- to help them solve these challenges and enable a more productive, flexible and valuable workforce.

The biggest challenge SharePoint organizations face is the transition to the cloud. In fact, in a recent Forrester survey, 79% of IT administrators indicated they were still using SharePoint 2010, with no clear plans to upgrade anytime soon. The biggest barriers to upgrade are the cost and high effort of the migration, poor support for customizations in SharePoint 2013, and concerns about identity management and security in the online version.

We're here to help. By connecting Box to your SharePoint environment with Box Cloud Connect, you can quickly and easily meet your employees' needs for mobile productivity and secure collaboration with customers and partners -- and do it all on a platform that is easy to learn and manage.

Find out more in this interesting whitepaper!

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