Mon, 12/10/2015 - 11:41 - Anonymous
New to BigTech: Box
Online Collaboration Service
BigTech is proud to announce our newest donor partner,
Box.org provides organizations with the Box file-sharing,
content management, and collaboration service.
See the Box.org Donation Program
for details about this offer.
Is It Right
for My Organization?
You can use Box's cloud-based storage and collaboration
tools to replace traditional on-premises file servers and traditional
file-sharing processes. It also provides tools that facilitate program
management, funding development, and global collaboration.
If your organization works with sensitive data, Box also
provides the administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to support your
organization's compliance with HIPAA.
How Does It
See these examples of what nonprofits can do with Box.
Create a folder structure
that categorizes your daily fundraising responsibilities.
Use Box’s collaboration features like
commenting and task management to manage the completion of a grant
dispersed staff and beneficiaries by creating folder structures with content
specific to regional offices
Speed up collaboration by
allowing users to review time-sensitive work in the cloud in real time from any
device, instead of through traditional file-transfer applications and internal
Embed your quarterly or annual reports stored in Box
on an external website or intranet page.
Foundations can streamline funding development and
partnerships by creating a grant submission and approval process with Box
integrates with other applications like Salesforce, NetSuite, Microsoft Office
and Office 365, and more.
learn more, read Box's
summary of how nonprofits can use its services.
organizations can receive a donation of Box Starter Edition that includes 10
user licenses and 100 GB of storage space. These licenses are perpetual,
meaning they never expire. You can upload and share files up to 2 GB in size
with the Starter Edition.
all the features included with on the pricing
Nonprofit Success Stories
organizations are using Box to more effectively carry out their missions.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: This organization used Box to more
effectively raise funds for blood cancer research. Its employees use Box to share digital asset libraries
and collaborate with third-party vendors. When raising funds at events in the
field, employees use Box on iPads to share videos, PDFs, and presentations with
Grameen Foundation: This global microfinance nonprofit
improved collaboration across four continents with Box. Before using Box, it
had problems providing access to shared servers and its intranet to field
offices in South America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. It has integrated
Box content with its Salesforce implementation.
Operation Hope: This financial literacy nonprofit
uses Box as its primary content management system for all employees. Before Box, it had problems with employees
accessing content because its internal servers crashed frequently.
Teach for America, The International Rescue Committee, and Kiva all use Box for content management and
more about their stories and watch a video detailing their work on the Box
Team Rubicon, Habitat for Humanity Australia, and Beyond12 also use Box to achieve their diverse
goals. Learn more about each of these organizations on the Box blog.
out how other organizations are using Box to create positive change by reading
success stories on the Box.org