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SaaS Updates for July 15, 2016

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July 15, 2016

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Microsoft extended the Office 365 Data Loss Prevention Policy Tips to OneDrive mobile apps for Android, iOS, and Universal Windows. Freshservice has integrated with DocuSign for paperless contract management. Box introduced the Box Node.js SDK, in addition to new product features. And finally, HipChat published a roundup of new recent features and improvements.

Data Loss Prevention Policy Tips in OneDrive Mobile Apps – To help organizations empower their employees to work anywhere at any time while helping to protect their content, the Office 365 team is pleased to announce they have extended the Office 365 Data Loss Prevention Policy Tips to OneDrive mobile apps for Android, iOS and Universal Windows.

Introducing DocuSign in Freshservice for Paperless Contract Management – Freshservice has integrated with DocuSign to enable departments like IT, sales, HR, legal, facilities, and finance across organizations to expedite contract management processes through e-signatures, all from within the service desk.

Introducing the Box Node.js SDK – The Box team is excited to announce the Box Node.js SDK is available! Here at Box we are big fans of Node.js and use it to build scalable web applications with millions of users. Over the last few years, we built out a robust SDK to support some of these products and we’re now ready to share those tools with the community.

Weekly Release Timeline for Box – This week Box is proud to announce that they are adding support for Checkpoint as a fulldesk encryption vendor for our DeviceTrust. In addition, they’re improving Box Notes to allow pasting images from the clipboard in Chrome. They’re also adding a strikethrough button toour inline toolbar and improving the selection of font sizes.

HipChat Apps are Sun-Kissed with New Features – HipChat published a roundup of new features and improvements from the past few weeks.

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