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AARNet and Box bring cloud collaboration service to Australian universities and schools

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Box logoOur customers have been asking for a service with the ability to securely access, store and share content from anywhere, with anyone, anytime on any device at an affordable price and we’ve listened.

Through the AARNet-Box partnership, AARNet customers will be able to rapidly deploy Box services to their entire organisation and manage how content is distributed across multiple devices and shared between users.

Box has been deployed widely across the higher education sector and counts among its customers an impressive list of prestigious universities in the USA as well as several European Research and Education networks.

Now Box is being customised to meet the needs of Australia’s Research and Education community and trials with AARNet customers are underway.

Participating in the Box for AARNet trials are early adopters Edith Cowan University, Charles Sturt University, Southern Cross University, University of South Australia, University of Adelaide, Queensland University of Technology, Holmesglen TAFE and Newington College.

Box for AARNet features include access using federated single sign-on, integration with university provisioning and security requirements, and an Enterprise Customer Agreement customised for the Australian Research and Education sector.

For more information, please contact Jamie Sunderland, AARNet’s Director Product Solutions: Jamie.Sunderland@aarnet.edu.au

 

 


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