Dropbox and Google storage models 'a loser's game' while Microsoft lags 'eight years behind' Box says VP of engineering

Peter Gothard
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Competitors risk 'negative margin' without offering USP on top of storage offering, warns Sam Schillace

Dropbox and Google are playing a "loser's game" with their enterprise storage models, while Windows' model is lagging at least eight years behind the rest of the industry, Box's VP of engineering h...

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