Microsoft Teams is a great way to collaborate with your colleagues and the app has become more and more popular on campus! While Teams has its own cloud storage capabilities, you and your team may already use Box to store and collaborate on documents. If you think that you have to choose between one or the other, think again! MS Teams allows you to connect Box folders so they appear in the Files section of team channels. Let’s go over how to set it up in this quick video! Continue reading OIT Quick Tip: Adding Box Folders to Microsoft Teams
macOS Big Sur: Safe to Upgrade Yet?
A few weeks ago, we mentioned the release of Apple’s latest desktop operating system, Big Sur. We also told you not to upgrade your devices until we had time to investigate compatibility and any issues that may arise. Today, we’re happy to announce that you can now start upgrading your devices, but before you do, please keep the following in mind. Continue reading macOS Big Sur: Safe to Upgrade Yet?
Box Refreshes Look & Feel, Adds Collection Features
Box is getting a new look for the new year! Things will look slightly different the next time you log in, but don’t worry; most features are still in the same places. Here’s a quick roundup of what’s changed and a preview of the new Collections feature.
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Box Introduces File Request Links!
Box is great for sharing and working on files with your colleagues here at SMU, but have you ever wanted the ability to allow people from outside the University to upload files into a Box folder? Now you can! Continue reading Box Introduces File Request Links!
Box to end support for older tools with TLS 1.0
As Box works to improve their user experience, that sometimes means removing older functionality to make room for new features. In order to maintain the highest security standards, promote the safety of our data, and align with industry-wide best practices, Box will disable the use of Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 across all Box services on June 25, 2018. After this date, TLS 1.1 or higher (TLS 1.1+) must be used. This means if you are using an older web browser, Box application, or 3rd party applications that do not support TLS 1.1+, you will not be able to access Box. Continue reading Box to end support for older tools with TLS 1.0