Egnyte announces trio of new additions to its MSP packages

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Content collaboration and governance platform Egnyte has detailed a trio of new additions for its packages for managed service providers (MSPs).

The enhancements include dedicated partner packages for industries such as architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), as well as snapshot-based ransomware recovery and simplified CMMC compliance.

In an announcement, Egnyte said it is continuing to invest in its growing partner programme to help provide solutions for MSPs that are designed specifically for their SMB clients.

Reinforcing this strategy, Canalys chief analyst Jay McBain said partners are playing a leading role as the world witnesses a “once in a generation shift” in the global economy.

“Most business leaders across every industry, of all size firms, and in every corner of the world are considering significant business model shifts,” he said. “They are realising that they can't do it alone in the decade of the ecosystem.”

With Egnyte, organisations can leverage a secure multi-cloud platform for content security and governance, helping them to better protect and collaborate on their most valuable content.

With the firm’s new enhancements, MSPs can now access industry-specific partner packages, such as its AEC offering which provides teams with Building Information Modelling (BIM) file search and preview, project lifecycle management, as well as integration with construction management platform Procore.


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The firm’s snapshot-based ransomware recovery tool also enables customers to look back at a snapshot of a file to determine exactly when ransomware infected a file and restore data to that point.

Additionally, for companies that work for the U.S. Department of Defense, Egnyte’s CMMC solution also shortens the time it takes to comply with Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) standards.

Egnyte has already helped bolster cloud content security for more than 17,000 organisations. JP Keesy, owner of F1 Information Technologies said its partnership with the company has allowed it to better serve client partners, as well as navigate complex solutions such as CMMC.

"Working with a designated team of experts, the partner portal enhancements, and monthly enablement sessions, Egnyte understands and compliments our needs with the necessary support,” he said.

Daniel Todd

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