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Ooyala

A platform for improving delivery, monetization and analytics of online video. This platform is built on multiple Amazon web services. Winner of Amazon Startup Challenge. 

AmazonS3, AmazonQueue, MechanicalTurk, AmazonPayments, AmazonEC2 
OpenBox Services: Echosign

Allows any document stored on Box.net to be electronically signed in seconds via electronic signature service, echosign.com. 

EchoSign, Box 
Photohosting

Upload and embed slideshows into your space, blog, or to Skype. 

ImageLoop 
Picnik and Box.net

This mashup allows Box.net users to edit picture files in their Box accounts using Picnik, then save them directly back to Box. 

Picnik, Box 
PostalMethods and Box.net

This mashup allows Box.net users to send documents in their Box accounts as snail mail using PostalMethods. 

PostalMethods, Box 
PrintCentral and Box.net

PrintCentral is a mobile printing app for the iPhone. Using its integration with Box.net, users are now able to access and print their Box files from within PrintCentral. 

Box 
Quickoffice Connect and Box.net

Quickoffice Connect is a mobile document editing suite, and its integration with Box.net allows users to load, edit, and save files in their Box accounts within Quickoffice. 

Box 
RightScale

Services to help manage your deployments running on Amazon S3 and EC2 services: manage instances, backups, deployments, and monitoring. 

AmazonS3, AmazonEC2 
S3Fox Organizer

This Firefox extension provides an user friendly interface for the Amazon S3 storage service. Its interface is very much similar to the FTP interface that lists local folders in the left panel and S3 buckets, files and folders in the right panel. 

AmazonS3 
SalesForce and Box.net

Allows Box.net users to add a Box widget with their content into their SalesForce accounts. 

Salesforce, Box 
SAP Streamwork and Box.net

SAP StreamWork is an application that brings together people with information for fact-based decision-making. It now features an integration with Box.net that allows users to view their Box files from within the Streamwork environment. 

Box 
Sh3ll

Two command-line shells, one for Java, jSh3ll, and one for C#, for managing your Amazon S3 objects. 

AmazonS3 
Smart Recorder and Box.net

Smart Recorder is an audio recording app for the iPhone, and this mashup allows users to save their recordings to their Box.net accounts from within Smart Recorder. 

Box 
Snipshot and Box.net

Allows Box.net users to send files from their Box accounts to Snipshot to be edited, then save them directly back to Box from within Snipshot. 

Snipshot, Box 
SugarCRM and Box.net

SugarCRM is an online customer relationship management application, and its integration with Box.net allows SugarCRM users to view their content on Box within the SugarCRM environment. 

Box 
TechnoAg S3 Browser

A Windows desktop application for viewing, uploading, modifying, and downloading Amazon S3 objects. Available as source or binary.  

AmazonS3 
Textflow and Box.net

TextFlow works with Box.net's version history to provide advanced version comparison of all file changes from you and your collaborators.  

Box 
Thumnailninja

Provides image hosting and distribution. Serves your image right off Amazons S3 servers. Thumbnailninja automatically creates usable thumbnails for your images and shortened URLs for easy embedding in IM, Twitter and other services.  

AmazonS3 
TimeBridge and Box.net

Allows Box.net users to share files from their Box accounts using TimeBridge, where they can discuss and collaborate around them in real-time with other users. 

Box 
Voice Comments for Box.net

Mashup of Box.net and Twilio to record voice comments on your files stored on Box.net. The voice comment will be transcribed and added as a comment on Box.net. This is only a working demo at this point. 

Twilio, Box 


 

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