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Attachments.me Integrates with Box to Deliver Mobile Cloud for Enterprise

  (March 28, 2012)

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2012

Mobile enterprise workers now have full access to their cloud files in email with another integration announced today between Box and Attachments.me. The newest iPhone application by Attachments.me, pulls together Gmail and Box, allowing users to attach files in emails from their Box account.

Attaching files to emails from mobile devices is typically limited, mainly due to data transfer time and costs. This new functionality enables users to compose emails and attach files from their device. The file is sent as a real attachment, without ever having to be pulled onto their phone. Attachments.me pushes all the work of constructing and sending the email to their servers , making the experience incredibly fast for the mobile user.

Email is still the primary way people communicate today, and in business, files are a big part of that communication say Benjamin Coe, CTO of Attachments.me. Enabling mobile workers to still use email, while adding fast access to cloud-storage, is a powerful combination.


Thousands of Box users have already connected their accounts to Attachments.me since they initialy announced Box integration last month. Starting today, Attachments.me for the iPhone will be available in the new Box OneCloud, the first ever cloud content mobile application ecosystem.

About Attachments.me

Attachments.me develops disruptive software applications that enhance user productivity by integrating functionalities across programs and streamlining the user experience. Its signature application for managing e-mail attachments is already helping individuals and enterprises manage more than 100 million files from within their Gmail inboxes. The tool is available as an extension for Google Chrome and as an iPhone app. Founded in Toronto, Canada by Benjamin Coe and Jesse Miller in 2011, the company relocated to San Francisco after earning seed funding from Foundry Group. For more information, visit http://attachments.me/.

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