"In this way, Levie threatens more than just other cloud storage providers. He’s shoveling coal into a locomotive of cloud-based enterprise services that promises to mow down any software company if it can’t translate its desktop offering into a sleek mobile app that interacts with its users’ data anytime, anywhere, on any device.Profile of Aaron Levie, Who Is Trying to Make the Startup Box Vital for Work | MIT Technology Review
“The cloud is going to drive a new way of working,” he says after the conference. “The ability to deliver medical research from a lab to a doctor in seconds, or from an educational publisher to a student—it’s about real-time, collaborative, synchronous information sharing. It’s going to change work. Not just the technology of work, but work itself.”"
Friday, November 29, 2013
Profile of Aaron Levie, Who Is Trying to Make the Startup Box Vital for Work | MIT Technology Review
Interesting that there isn't a single instance of "social" in this extensive and melodramatic Box profile -- perhaps the industry is reverting back to more meaningful words, including "communication" and "collaboration"