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Box Offers 10 Free Licenses to Charitable Nonprofit Organizations

Founded in 2005, Box provides a secure, scalable content-sharing platform for over 10 million users. Box's dynamic, flexible content management solution lets users access and share content from anywhere, on any device – while providing IT visibility into how content moves within their organizations and beyond. Content on Box can be accessed through desktops, laptops, phones, tablets … and extended to Google Apps, NetSuite and Salesforce. 
At Box, it's believed that those committed to doing good should have the best tools. Box.org's mission is to help nonprofit organizations be more productive and to store content, share files and collaborate on their most important ideas. For nonprofits of any size, Box offers 10 donated Starter licenses at no cost to every eligible nonprofit. For more information and to view the application, visit www.box.org 

Organizations eligible for the Box.org program have a declared charitable or philanthropic mission to benefit communities that could include, but not limited to providing relief to the poor, advancing civil society, delivering education, preserving culture, restoring the environment, and championing human rights. Visit www.box.org to apply. 

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