Customers are the cornerstone of any company, which is why customer relationship management (CRM) tools have become essential for today’s digital enterprise. With this in mind, Egnyte is building out integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 as part of our ongoing efforts to extend our CRM integrations. Our Beta will be coming soon, so please check back!
At Egnyte, efficiency isn’t a marketing buzzword, it’s a commitment we make consistently for the greater benefit of our customers. So it’s with great pleasure and excitement that we’ve announced integration with Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Flow).
A document management and storage system is now a critical function of today’s digital enterprise. It helps centralize and organize files and data, maintain control and permissions of files, increases collaboration through secure file sharing, and more.
When you set up TFA (two-factor authentication) you now have an option to have SSO (single-sign-on) users excluded from the TFA process. This is especially helpful if you SSO provider has a built-in TFA solution.
The Microsoft Flow Integration will allow users to use Egnyte as a connector via Microsoft Flow. You can now connect Egnyte to over 220 applications within Microsoft and include Egnyte in your workflows in Flow.
A little over a decade ago, Facebook’s motto “move fast and break things” was all the rage. Suddenly, every company seemed eager to start risking something (and in some cases, everything) in order to advance, disrupt, and innovate.
On the devices tab you can quickly filter the list of personal or shared devices with a new user filter and an application filter that allows you to find devices running a specific application version.
Despite the overwhelming number of digital solutions now available to the modern workplace, businesses still face a paper problem. Many companies rely on a combination of paper forms, spreadsheets, and cloud storage solutions to capture, process, and store critical business information.
Cloudsfer features new integrations to help move on-premise data from various ECM systems to Egnyte.
Migrating your on-premise data to Egnyte is easier than ever with Cloudsfer, with the ability to use more than 12 different on-premise enterprise content management systems, including: FileNet, eRoom, Documentum, OpenText LiveLink, DocuShare, eDocs, HP trim, Lotus Notes, and more.
Customer expectations and compliance requirements have evolved beyond traditional CRM capabilities, and in today’s digital world, having the right tools that build a robust ecosystem can help you scale. Practifi has partnered with Egnyte to bring compliance and collaboration to Practifi’s business management platform powering growing financial advice firms around the world.
Quickly take a large number of photos/videos and choose to upload them immediately or preview them before uploading. You can take photos when you’re offline and they’ll be uploaded when you’re back online.
The construction industry is a field that requires a tremendous amount of collaboration. On any given day, a superintendent or foreman will read, revise, and share project-specific drawings, RFIs, submittals, change orders, and photos.
Egnyte Connect Desktop App 3.5 helps you to get you your files faster with a list of recently accessed files and an option to search all your content in the cloud. Click a recent file or a search result and it’ll open right on your desktop.
We are continuously focused on delivering the best possible desktop experience. Previous innovations have included Connected Folders, and right-click to access 3rd-party integrations including DocuSign and Office Online. Now, we are announcing some really big enhancements that make the desktop experience better than ever.
Admins can now define a target maximum private folder size for users. When a user’s private folder exceeds the configured size, both the admin and the end user can be notified. Admins can also exclude certain users who shouldn’t be subject to the folder size notifications.
According to the Arcadis Research Global Construction Disputes Report, the average construction dispute in North America takes a little over 17 months to settle. With an average dispute value of $19 million, that is a costly venture for any size firm. So where did these disputes come from?
One of the biggest productivity hurdles in life science research lies in excessive time spent on tracking and storing information. This isespecially true for project files and study data obtained from contract research organizations (CROs), contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs), and other outsourced R&D providers.