They aren’t as big as their competitors yet, but file-sharing startup Egnyte is poised to try to take advantage of the privacy concerns stemming from the NSA and other spy organizations sticking their noses where they don’t belong: enterprise file-sharing.
File-sharing startup Egnyte is operating in a crowded market, going against players like Box and Dropbox. But chief executive Vineet Jain sees this as a sign that his company is in the right sector at the right time — and is poised for success.
Egnyte’s team introduced a new logo and overhauled the website this morning to appeal to a new audience. The company has traditionally targeted small and midsized businesses with its hybrid storage product.