Cisco’s John Chambers and Box’s Aaron Levie: The Full D11 Interview (Video)

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Co-founder & CEO

One of the enterprise’s most quick and clever entrepreneurs, Aaron Levie runs one of the fastest-growing companies in enterprise software, used by more than 15 million individuals and 150,000 businesses worldwide. Box, which is focused on incorporating the best of traditional content management with an easy-to-use user experience suited to the way people collaborate and work, just raised a mega-round of funding and is headed for an IPO next year. Levie co-founded Box with friend (and now CFO) Dylan Smith in 2005, after studying business at the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.

Posts With Aaron Levie

The KatieCam Collection

In a series of fast and fun interviews, Katie Boehret got D11 headliners talking about all sorts of non-digital things.

News Byte

Box Adds the File-Management Technology of Folders

Cloud services outfit Box announced today that it had acquired the technology behind the Folders iOS app and brought aboard its developer, Martin Destagnol, to help integrate its features into Box’s app. The IPO-bound Box also recently picked up document-sharing service Crocodoc, and you can expect to hear more about the company’s strategy from CEO Aaron Levie on the D11 stage next week.

QOTD: Payments Biz Gets the Old Equine Wake-Up Call

Square just dropped a bomb on the retail payments industry, in one of those Godfather-dead-horse-in-your-bed epic move moments.

— Box CEO Aaron Levie on the Square-Starbucks deal