Why AEC Firms Struggle with Nasuni (And What They Can Do About It)
The AEC industry is notoriously reliant on data - data that is housed in documents that support design through initial bid response and project build to post occupancy. Project teams employ everything from traditional Microsoft word documents and excel spreadsheets to extremely large industry specific files. For many, the default file sharing option is Nasuni, a traditional on-premises file server solution often found deployed across large enterprises. Based on conversations with dozens of AEC firms who have made the switch away from Nasuni as their file solution, this blog post explains why Nasuni is not viable as modern, cloud-first solution for design and construction firms (and why Egnyte is).
Why AEC Firms Struggle with Panzura (And What They Can Do About It)
The AEC industry is notoriously reliant on data - data that is housed in documents that support design through initial bid response and project build to post occupancy. Project teams employ everything from traditional Microsoft word documents and excel spreadsheets to extremely large industry specific files. This blog explores some of the most common complaints from AEC companies who have tried using Panzura as their core file system before coming to Egnyte looking for a better solution.
Eliminate Special Tools With Egnyte’s PDF Annotation Feature
Architects, builders, and engineers are using Egnyte to make annotations on PDFs easier than ever before.
Project Management Gets Easier with Egnyte’s Project Homepage
Architecture, engineering, and construction professionals can now keep better track of their projects with the help of Egnyte's new Project Homepage.
Why AEC Firms Struggle with SharePoint and OneDrive (And What They Can Do About It)
The AEC industry is notoriously reliant on data - data that is housed in documents that support design through initial bid response and project build to post occupancy. So where should a firm turn when it comes to storing and sharing their most critical intellectual property? For many, the default is SharePoint and OneDrive. After all, if you are using Microsoft 365, it’s free, right?
February Product Rollup: Search Queries, Smart Upload, and More
This February, our platform enhancements will delight our customers with saved search queries, Smart Upload for Android, desktop updates, and more.
3 Reasons to Attend Egnyte's 2023 Virtual AEC Summit
Want to stay ahead of the curve in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries? Here are three reasons why you should attend Egnyte's 2023 Virtual Summit.
How ESA Removes Barriers to Data Access in the Field with Egnyte
ESA selects Egnyte to curate and transfer critical field data – information essential for tackling issues such as watershed management, community development, and resiliency planning.
How Barnhill Reduces Document Duplication and Miscommunication by Pairing Egnyte and Procore
Barhill Construction turned to Egnyte to ensure that all stakeholders can securely access project documents easily from anywhere, in any tool, and at any time.
How KAST Construction Optimizes File Access and Sharing During Preconstruction
Kast Construction leverages Egnyte to provide operational and VDC teams quick and easy access to the latest information and files.
December Product Rollup: Watermarking, AutoCAD, and Migration App
In December, we saw updates to watermarking for viewer-only permissions, AutoCAD DWG file preview in the Android App, and enhancements to our Migration App.
How to Deploy Egnyte's Project Templates in 3 Simple Steps to Save Time on Project Set-up
In this blog post, we'll show you how to use project templates so that you can spend less time setting up projects and more time working on them.
Point Clouds: Simplify transfer from Point A to Point B
Point cloud data offers many benefits for enhancing Building Information Modeling (BIM) projects. But what are they, and how can you best use them? This blog post discusses the benefits and drawbacks of transferring point cloud data.
November Product Rollup: Updates in Secure & Govern, Mobile and More
November saw further enhancements to our user experience with an updated nav in Collaboration, a new Secure & Govern dashboard, AutoCAD previews in mobile and more.
Unifying Construction Documents with Procore and Egnyte
Egnyte’s native integration with Procore delivers an advanced solution for unifying project documents, allowing field teams to access any document, from anywhere, with just about any device.
Unifying Project Data at All Phases with Egnyte and Autodesk
Learn how unifying project data can help your team work more efficiently and improve communication across all phases of a building project.
Top CMMC Compliance Challenges Experienced Professionals Encounter
To help companies prepare for the deadline to comply with CMMC, Egnyte has assembled the following list of the most common problems organizations encounter.
Report: Data Explosion in AEC Reveals Major Management Challenges
AEC firms are using more files and storing more data than ever. Find out how Egnyte's 3,000 AEC customers are using the platform with this preview of Egnyte's AEC Data Insights Report.
Egnyte Roadmap Points to Even Simpler, More Secure Collaboration
Get your first look at some of the exciting roadmap items planned to go live on the Egnyte platform in the back half of 2022.
Organize and Access Construction Photos Faster with Smart Upload
Upload photos from the jobsite faster. Follow this brief tutorial to see how easy it is to get started with Egnyte's new Smart Upload feature.
May Product Rollup: UI Redesign, Compliance Controls, and More
Find out about all the latest update Egnyte made to its platform in May, including UI improvements and new capabilities for AEC and life sciences users.
3 Ways to Meet CMMC Self-Assessment Requirements
Learn the pros and cons of the main approaches to CMMC self-assessments—DIY outsourcing—and how Egnyte brings together the best of both worlds.
Build Your CMMC Roadmap Now for More DoD Business in the Future
Is your business ready for CMMC? Take these steps to comply with the federal cybersecurity requirements and win more DoD contracts.