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Fujitsu has adopted a content collaboration tool from cloud content management vendor Box for its global communication platform aimed at strengthening collaboration between internal teams, customers, and vendor.

The Japanese ICT company says it has chosen Box, which integrates with Office 365, for cloud content management in a secure environment that enables enhanced collaboration.

The global deal sees Fujitsu is using Box to:

  • Provide a secure digital workplace where every employee can work from anywhere, on any device, compliant with international security standards including SSAE 16 Type II, ISO27001/27018, and FedRAMP;
  • Build a global platform to centralise content and run international projects more efficiently with employees and external users such as customers and suppliers; and
  • Replace email attachments with Box Shared Links to unify information and ensure data security.
  • Create more effective meetings by, for example, writing minutes in real time in Box Notes, Box’s note-taking offering.

“We’ve chosen Box to accelerate collaboration among employees, affiliate organisations, customers, and partners, in a rapidly changing communication and business environment. We are working to fully deploy Box at Fujitsu, and aim to implement it globally for content collaboration both internally and externally,” said Fujitsu executive chief information officer Masayoshi Matsumoto.

President and managing director at K.K.Box Japan, Katsunori Furuichi, said by choosing Box, Fujitsu is helping its teams to work smarter and be more productive.

“We’re absolutely thrilled that Fujitsu has chosen Box to power its cloud content management as it builds a truly digital workplace. Fujitsu is a global technology leader and one of the world’s largest service providers.”

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