Register Today for Winter State of Egnyte

Each quarter, Egnyte leaders and product experts join customers for State of Egnyte, a deep dive into recent releases and their use cases and benefits, followed by a look at the upcoming product roadmap. This quarter, the Winter Release State of Egnyte will take on a new format to give customers the chance to get a detailed look at three distinct areas of enhancements and planned releases:

  • Presented by Director of Product Marketing Tim Johnson, Secure Collaboration in the Cloud covers features that make collaboration more effective. Highlights will include announcements on co-editing, content workflow, content discovery and more. (February 23, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. EST)
  • Presented by VP of Products Sean Puttergill, Content Protection & Governance addresses features that ensure your content is properly protected and governed. Highlights will include document identification, email security, archiving improvements and more. (February 24, 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM EST)
  • Presented by VP of Life Sciences Alok Tayi, the Egnyte for Life Sciences session addresses the features and integrations that are crucial to Life Sciences organizations, including review and approval workflows, co-editing of regulated documents, and more. (February 24, 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM EST)

These sessions will take place live, and each session will include time for Q&A with attendees. but space is limited, so register today and select your sessions! For those who cannot attend on February 23 & 24, these sessions will be available on-demand after the event.  

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