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Box, Dropbox and Egnyte offer cloud storage options for Office

Microsoft Office cloud storage

Microsoft has announced new co-authoring features for users of Office Mobile and Office Online who store their files with cloud services such as Box, Dropbox and Egnyte.

Bringing the enterprise out of the shadows

Cloud security

Ian McEwan, VP and General Manager, EMEA at Egnyte discusses why IT departments must provide employees with secure, adaptive cloud-based file sync and share services, or run the risk of ‘shadow IT’.

New Egnyte service promises to impose strict version in the cloud


Cloud file service provider Egnyte has launched a Smart Reporting and Auditing service which promises to impose order on the way content is created, edited, viewed and shared.

Red Bull drinks up hybrid cloud file sharing platform

Red Bull is swapping Box for Egnyte

The North American division of energy drink giant Red Bull has rolled out Egnyte’s hybrid cloud file sharing and collaboration service, replacing its cloud-based incumbent solution Box.

Bowmer and Kirkland taps Egnyte for file sync & share

Bowmer and Kirkland is deploying Egnyte to support file sync & share globally

Bowmer and Kirkland, which employs over 1,300 professionals throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has deployed Egnyte across the company’s 26 subsidiaries in a bid to reduce printing costs and enforce stricter version control on some of the files and documents needed to support various projects.

Egnyte secures $30m, eyes EU expansion for private cloud share & sync

Vineet Jain, chief executive officer and founder of Egnyte

Provider of private cloud-based share and sync services Egnyte secured $29.5m in new investment Thursday from big backers that include Seadgate Technology, CenturyLink and Google Ventures. The company said the new investment will fuel its European expansion as the company also moves to invest more in product development and sales.

Dropbox launches new APIs, aims to make sync the new save

A release date for Dropbox Platform has not yet been announced

San Francisco-based file share and sync company Dropbox revealed a set of APIs Wednesday that will allow developers to save and store more application data into the cloud.

Enterprise cloud services attract investment

Cloud storage firm Egnyte has received $16m in Series C funding led by Google Ventures with additional support from existing investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), and Polaris. As a part of the funding, Karim Faris, partner at Google Ventures will join the board of Egnyte.