Integrating SharePoint and Box
As lawyers, we are always on the go. Whether we are in meetings, phone or video calls, or in court, the daily schedule always outruns us. And as such, we need to have complete and instant access to our important documents and files. And we need this access from all of our devices—home computer, office computer, laptop, mobile phone, tablet, etc. And it's even better if we can grant other users access to some (but not all) of the documents. Box provides lawyers with the ability to provide access to specific documents or folders without compromising the security of other documents and files. So if you need to allow a client to access some case files, it can easily be accomplished through Box. The client can edit the document (if allowed), collaborate in real-time with the lawyer and legally sign documents. But transferring all those documents and files from SharePoint to Box, and organizing them in specific folders can be quite a time-consuming task. If only there was an easier method...a more automated method that would instantly transfer documents from SharePoint to Box—the instant they are created! Enter cloudHQ.
How cloudHQ brings SharePoint and Box together
This replication also provides a secure backup of your files and folders. For instance, if SharePoint goes offline for maintenance or other reasons and you need to access your files, simply login to Box and continue working on the same file. Once SharePoint is back online, cloudHQ automatically updates the sync between the two cloud services. If one of your cloud accounts is hacked and files are deleted, simply login to the other account and restore.
Want to try before you buy? No problem. CloudHQ is currently offering a free, fully-functional, 15-day trial with no limitations. This allows lawyers to go ahead and set up sync between SharePoint and Box without ever paying a penny. Try it out, and see for yourself the difference that cloudHQ makes in workplace efficiency.
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