Vineet Jain came to America 20 years ago with $100 in his pocket. Now he’s running a successful Silicon Valley company. But he’s got even bigger plans.
Editor’s Pick We interviewed Floodgate Fund cofounder Mike Maples about how hybrid cloud solutions are helping ease the transition to the cloud for many big companies.
Editor’s Pick These startups are making a big impact even while facing much larger competition with more resources and name recognition.
Enterprise cloud storage startup Egnyte already has ties to Google, but now it gets closer with deep Google Drive integration.
Sponsored Post For most cloud providers, the biggest PR problem is security. Egnyte CEO Vineet Jain has invested years into understanding — and alleviating — commons concerns about the cloud. In a video interview, Jain recommends customers investigate the physical perimeters of the data center.
Guest Post Just like Goldilocks, enterprises are struggling to find the “just-right” solution for file collaboration, one that jointly meets their need for security, privacy and ease of use.
Enterprise cloud storage startup Egnyte has launched Cloud Control, its next-gen content and sharing infrastructure product that should give its users more flexibility over cloud strategies.
Enterprise cloud storage startup Egnyte has added the ability to sync 5 million files from a single device and increased its upload speed maximum to a ultra-fast 25 megabytes per second.
Sponsored Post So this is the final post of a very cool consultation series. Trend Hunter and The Next Web both looked at Egnyte, the hybrid cloud company…
Funding news flooded our wire today with so many announcements and releases, it was like swimming upstream in a hurricane to keep up with it all. We’re having to include a lightning round below just to cover all the bases. Grab a life vest, a paddle, and check out what happened today in the maelstrom.
Sponsored Post Cloud is all the rage in enterprise … so much so that Juniper predicts mobile cloud revenues alone of $39 billion by 2016. But with new file sharing and application management strategies…
Guest Post 2011 has been an exciting year for the cloud. Companies are starting to accept the idea of using internet-based services instead of servers they control themselves. That in turn has driven a push to make the technologies more mature — and the tech companies making those technologies are growing up too.
[vimeo 32999657 w=640 h=360] If you’ve had just about enough of “leveraging infrastructures” and “cloud-based platforms-as-a-service” and 10-year-old engineers raising $100 million for fancy-sounding vaporware, this is a good interview for you to watch.
iPads have taken over the boardroom, and corporate CEOs and their egos are to thank for the somewhat surprising trend. At least, that’s the consensus among a panel of cloud computing and enterprise experts who gathered to discuss the reality and implications of mobile devices infiltrating the office.