Egnyte, provider of the most comprehensive file-sharing platform for the enterprise, today announced the expansion of the Egnyte Advisory Board. This group was developed as an interactive community where key stakeholders from Egnyte's rapidly expanding influencer base will help shape the company's future business direction and solution roadmap.
By assembling a dynamic team of thought leaders, the Egnyte Advisory Board will play a critical role in shaping Egnyte's future product and market strategy, focusing on topics ranging from strategic company direction, to future solution enhancements and key partnerships.
"Egnyte's Advisory Board members will bring a unique forward-thinking perspective and extensive, high-level experience with the file sharing needs and realities of some of the world's leading organizations," said Egnyte CEO Vineet Jain. "We're delighted to work with them as trusted advisors and gain their guidance on Egnyte's strategic direction, technology strategy and future enhancements."
Members of the Egnyte Advisory Board include:
"The Egnyte Advisory Board enables Sophos to assist Egnyte in driving innovation and increasing customer and market value," said Sophos CTO Gerhard Eschelbeck. "It will be a pleasure to collaborate with Egnyte's leadership team as well as peers from global, market-leading organizations."
Egnyte transforms business through smarter content allowing organizations to connect, protect, and unlock value from all their content. Our Content Intelligence platform delivers smart content collaboration and governance in the cloud or on-premises to thousands of businesses around the world even the most regulated industries. Founded in 2007, Egnyte is privately held and headquartered in Mountain View, CA. Investors include venture capital firms, such as Google Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, as well as technology partners, such as CenturyLink and Seagate Technology. Please visit www.egnyte.com or call 1-877-7EGNYTE for more information.
Director of Corporate Marketing, Egnyte