Fujitsu will integrate storage into their business software Box
Fujitsu will use Box to store and manage files sent by its employees, and its new cloud platform MetaArc.
The Japanese technology giant Fujitsu and storage service in the cloud Box have signed an agreement by which the first integrated platform Box in its business software.
Fujitsu will start using Box to store and manage files sent in the communication tools used by its 160,000 employees worldwide. The company claims that internal use of the services of Box will help you develop a new software for enterprise solutions including enterprise content management and customer relationship, it plans to launch in March 2017 in Asia.
In addition, Fujitsu will also integrate next year in MetaArc Box, its new cloud platform. MetaArc includes third-party services and infrastructure hosting services and applications. Customer data uploaded to Box will be stored in Fujitsu data centers in Japan, reports TechCrunch.
This strategic alliance with one of the largest IT services providers in Japan will help the company cloud storage to gain appeal among companies that do not want to store their data abroad. It complements his new plan to offer data centers in the cloud, called Box Zones in Ireland, Germany, Singapore and Japan.
The founder and CEO of Box, Aaron Levie, said the expansion in Europe and Asia as a priority for the company. Other business associations contributing to this policy to expand internationally include an agreement with IBM that will allow you to store your data in data centers in the cloud of IBM, located in 16 countries.
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