SAN FRANCISCO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Following the BoxWorks 2013 conference in San Francisco, Silicon Publishing Inc. today announced Silicon Connector for Box, enabling digital asset linking from Adobe® InDesign® documents directly to Box’s cloud storage and collaboration platform. The InDesign-to-Box service builds on Silicon Connector, which pioneered http-based linking for InDesign in 2010.
“This will empower enterprise users of Box and InDesign to enjoy creative workflows that are profoundly more efficient than anything previously possible.”
“This will empower enterprise users of Box and InDesign to enjoy creative workflows that are profoundly more efficient than anything previously possible.” – Max Dunn, Silicon Publishing CEO
“Our work in the Digital Asset Management (DAM) space with companies such as Media Beacon has proven Silicon Connector’s benefits the past three years, with successful deployments to large enterprises having hundreds of InDesign desktops each. We are confident that the same core functionality of the base plugin, modified to accommodate the Box security and state updating models, will serve InDesign/Box users well. We are excited about Box as a company and the possibilities for this technology that we have strongly believed in for years."
Extensibility is part of the roadmap for the new offering: Silicon describes Connector as simple, robust and reliable, the foundation of a suite of variants compatible with CQ, Box and MediaBeacon, supported by plans to extend the core technology to any HTTP or HTTPS-based storage solution, as customer needs dictate in the future.
For more information, see siliconpublishing.com/box/ or contact Silicon Publishing at 925-935-3899.
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Silicon Publishing is the world leader in automating web-to-print and multi-channel publishing with InDesign. Silicon Publishing has over 13 years of experience delivering best-of-class publishing solutions for some of the world’s top brands including Nike, Google, Amazon, Hallmark, Shutterfly, and Disney. For more information, visit siliconpublishing.com