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Box Adds Secure Mobile Collaboration To MobileIron AppConnect Ecosystem

Employees can safely access content from their personal mobile device in a secure, encrypted container

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As mobile becomes a primary computing platform, companies want to make employees productive using mobile apps and devices while making sure that enterprise data is secure. With the addition of Box to the MobileIron AppConnect ecosystem, businesses can now provide employees with secure content sharing and collaboration across mobile devices. Employees can safely access content from their personal mobile device in a secure, encrypted container. Mobile IT can protect app data-at-rest and data-in-motion and control the flow of content out of Box. The new integration also allows Mobile IT to revoke access to Box immediately if an employee leaves the company or if the mobile device falls out of compliance with the organization's security policies.

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MobileIron, the leader in security and management for mobile apps, documents, and devices, provides its AppConnect technology to third party mobile app developers. With MobileIron AppConnect apps, companies can give their employees the best third-party application experiences with apps that have been enabled with auto-configuration, data containerization, and secure tunneling to protect corporate data.

"As our customers become Mobile First organizations, they need to give employees a lot more than mobile email," said Ojas Rege, VP Strategy, MobileIron. "Content is the lifeblood of an organization and needs to be delivered securely to mobile devices. With Box joining the AppConnect ecosystem, mobile and cloud collaboration can now truly intersect without compromising enterprise security or user experience."

Box for MobileIron AppConnect ensures that:

-- There is no need for any set up by the end-user.

-- Employees can collaborate with both internal colleagues as well as

people outside their organization, sharing content easily with a link,

commenting on files, and assigning tasks to colleagues.

-- Mobile IT can containerize the content that flows between Box and other

productivity apps in a secure and controlled app environment.

-- Enforce Data Loss Prevention policies, remote wipe, and access

permissions by keeping Box and other apps centrally managed through

MobileIron.

"Today's CIOs face significant BYOD security challenges as more workers begin to rely heavily on multiple mobile devices on a variety of mobile platforms to access, edit and share their content internally and externally," said Whitney Bouck, Enterprise General Manager, Box. "The combination of Box and MobileIron gives IT administrators a powerful set of tools for secure mobile content management that aligns with our customers' policies and industry standards."

Pricing and Availability:

For more information about the Box and MobileIron partnership, please join our webinar on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 8:00 AM PDT.

About MobileIron

The leader in security and management for mobile apps, documents, and devices, MobileIron's mission is to enable global companies to become Mobile First organizations, embracing mobility as their primary IT platform in order to transform their businesses and increase their competitiveness. Recognized by IDC as the fastest growing mobile enterprise management vendor in the world, MobileIron provides the scalable architecture, rapid innovation, and best practices for global companies to transform into Mobile First organizations.

Leading global companies use MobileIron as the foundation for their Mobile First initiatives, including 7 of the 10 top pharmaceutical companies, 5 of the 10 top banks, 8 of the 10 top automotive manufacturers, 3 of the 5 top retailers, 4 of the 5 top aerospace and defense companies, and half of the 10 top law firms. For more information, please visit www.mobileiron.com.

About Box

Founded in 2005, Box provides a secure content sharing platform that both users and IT love and adopt. Content on Box can be shared internally and externally, accessed through iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows Phone applications, among others, and extended to partner applications such as Google Apps, NetSuite and Salesforce. Headquartered in Los Altos, CA, Box is a privately held company and is backed by venture capital firms Andreessen Horowitz, Bessemer Venture Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Emergence Capital Partners, General Atlantic, Meritech Capital Partners, NEA, Scale Venture Partners, and U.S. Venture Partners, and strategic investors salesforce.com and SAP. To learn more about Box, visit www.box.com.

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