We are excited to be working with Everyone.net to offer users an easy way to manage, retrieve and share their information.
San Jose and Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) May 28, 2008
Everyone.net, a leading provider of software as a service (SaaS) messaging and collaboration solutions, announced today that it has partnered with Box.net to provide integrated online storage to all web mail customers. Box.net delivers a unique storage and sharing service that allows users to access, upload, edit and email files from anywhere with a web browser. The new service is fully integrated with Everyone.net Web Mail to maximize productivity for business and individual users.
Box.net enables users to share, store, and access files of any type including documents, photos and videos from any web browser. Everyone.net Web Mail users can access Box.net functionality via the email interface and save attachments directly to their Box or send files from any online folder. The Box.net service gives users an alternative way to share large files without inserting multiple attachments into emails by creating a direct URL to access documents. Also included in the service are collaboration tools that make it easy to share folders, invite users to view files, and edit documents online. Solution suites are available for individual, small business and enterprise organizations.
"Enhancing our Web Mail 2.0 environment with integrated file storage continues our creation of an online experience that surpasses client based email. Our partnership with Box.net unchains the user from their desktop and allows them to store and share email attachments such as photos, videos and other large document types online, anywhere and anytime" said Michael Rose, president and CEO of Everyone.net. "We are pleased to add this tool to our portfolio of value-added services that increase productivity and efficiency for business and individual customers alike."
"We are in the midst of a paradigm shift. Traditional computing is moving from the desktop to the web - and online storage and collaboration tools are at the heart of this trend. The addition of Box.net's service to Everyone.net's platform gives users the ability to permanently store and access their data in a safe and secure environment," said Karen Appleton, VP of Business Development, Box.net. "We are excited to be working with Everyone.net to offer users an easy way to manage, retrieve and share their information."
Box.net also offers an OpenBox platform, which gives users the ability to access other web-based applications and services directly from their file, giving users the power to do more with their data. Everyone.net has added their web mail feature to the OpenBox platform allowing users to Send files via Everyone.net with a simple click of the mouse.
Box.net is available on the Everyone.net Web Mail 2.0 platform that also includes productivity, collaboration and compliance offerings such as mobile email, calendaring, shared address books, and registered email.
Pricing and Availability
Online storage is available now for enterprise, business and individual customers. Service options start at $7.95 per month for 5 GB of storage space including a free 14-day trial, mobile access as well as technical support.
Everyone.net (http://www.everyone.net), based in San Jose, California, delivers reliable, secure, hosted messaging and collaboration solutions for service providers and businesses. The company provides the advantages of carrier-class email without the expense or complexity, enabling customers to focus on what they do best. Everyone.net's customizable email solutions are built on a completely scalable infrastructure and include advanced services such as IMAP and push email for mobile devices, as well as comprehensive anti-spam and virus protection. Since 1998, Everyone.net has been a leader in Software as a Service (SaaS) email and messaging, managing more than 6 billion message connections each month and over 300,000 domains worldwide.
About Box.net, Inc.
Founded in March 2005, Box.net is a leading provider of tools for managing and sharing data online. The service enables users to share, access, and collaborate on files of any type from anywhere. With nearly 2 million users, over 1 million files served every day, and more than 1000 developers in the Box Enabled Network, Box.net is the first web-native system for access and collaboration allowing for a broad array of functionality. The service is used by individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 1000 companies.
Box.net was the first internet storage provider to launch an open API in late 2005. In December 2007, the company launched its OpenBox platform, which connects data from Box.net to other web-based applications and services (like Zoho, Picnik and eFax), giving users the power to do more with their data. The open platform permits companies and developers to integrate their applications and services on the Box.net website. Box.net is a privately held company headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, and is backed by venture capital firms Draper Fisher Jurvetson and U.S. Venture Partners.