File Sharing

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What Are the Pros and Cons of File Sharing?

File sharing is a method used by some organizations where multiple employees have access to the same files. How the files are accessed does vary depending on the user environment. The files could be shared between two computers, where the files are stored on one computer and another user accesses them from their workstation. The files might be stored on a network file server instead of on a local workstation.

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Egnyte Rolls Out New Governance and Compliance Tools for the Remote-work Era

From the beginning, Egnyte was architected so that your content would not have to be “boxed in” to any one single environment, but rather can flow seamlessly up, down, side to side across multiple clouds. There are good reasons for this. Sometimes it makes sense for data to be miles away, while other times it needs to be closer to where users actually are (at the edge), or offline altogether.

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Securely Growing Sales with Egnyte and Salesforce

When a company was directed by its board to grow revenue, the sales process badly needed to be improved. Hiring new sales staff simply is not enough, and rarely cost-effective. Confronted with this big task, sales teams and IT teams look for a solution that works with their existing ecosystem of tools. While seeking to revamp his sales processes, there are so many options, many companies don’t know where to start.

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Annotate and Fill Out PDF Files Directly With the Egnyte Mobile App

Working on PDF documents on mobile devices has been one of the most anticipated features this year. Now, with the integration of PSPDFkit, Egnyte has added this capability to its iOS app (the Android app has this feature in Beta, and it will be launched officially later this fall) Users who work on PDF files now have the tools for fast and easy editing. It reduces the time needed for file preparation as you can do it on the go within one app. It also reduces the costs of annotations.

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Redesigning the UI of an Enterprise Application: A Development Case Study

Web design trends come and go at a dizzying pace these days. While it might be easy to completely redo a simple website or a web application, visual design is not often a top priority for large-scale enterprise applications. But even with larger applications, there comes a time when the system’s look and feel becomes dated and the user experience is just not at the level it might be. And it directly impacts customers. It’s probably time for a refresh!

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Eliminate Mundane Tasks, Improve Productivity with Egnyte and Microsoft Power Automate

If you’re like most people, you spend far too much time repeating manual tasks. Tasks like saving email attachments, tagging files and writing simple emails are probably not the best use of your talent and energy. Multiply all that work by the number of people in your organization, and you get a clear, if alarming, picture of how much time is wasted on non-essential tasks.

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A Typo Shouldn't Impact Your Company's Future

With all the email, documents, Slack messages, and other artifacts that come through my purview each day, I think the language gods will forgive me for a few typos. But I would hate to think that a keystroke error could result in an irrecoverable breach of my company’s most private data. Seems a bit dramatic, no? According to a recent Forbes article, Dropbox users face this very issue when sharing sensitive data.

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Massive Trove of Exposed Files Demonstrates Importance of Data Governance

An unsecured AWS S3 bucket with 5.5 million business files was recently discovered by security researchers at vpnMentor. All of these files were publicly available without any password protection or other security protocols attached to them. This kind of thing happens regularly with cloud service providers, and it often occurs when IT teams neglect to set security and compliance rules within their cloud environments.

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Transform IT With File-sharing Services For the Future

As more and more businesses were forced to move to the cloud with the COVID-19 crisis, content and data have proliferated across devices, users, apps, and locations as a result of the new, mass work-from-anywhere reality. This brought a growing set of challenges to prevent data silos and content sprawl while remaining compliant with data regulations and governance.