Accellion, Microsoft, Egnyte, Syncplicity, IBM, BlackBerry and VMware were named leaders in the market for hybrid enterprise file sync and sharing platform market, according to the latest Forrester Wave market report.
Mobile file access is a key feature of Syncplicity's enterprise file sync and share product being deployed by German industrial and engineering giant Siemens as part of its SmartStorage project.
Egnyte announced today that users will be able to open files stored in its systems using any of the Microsoft Office 365 tools.
Barracuda Networks, better known for its network security and server data backup products, introduced Tuesday a cloud-based file service called CudaDrive in the crowded enterprise file sync and sharing market.
In recognition of the mobile-first trend in the enterprises, Egnyte, an enterprise file synchronization and sharing startup, unveiled Tuesday a revamped enterprise mobility suite that is optimized for businesses to access, manage and share online and offline data from the cloud and on-premise.
According to Gartner's latest magic quadrant report, the leaders in the enterprise file synchronization and sharing space are Accellion, Box, Citrix and EMC. Challengers are Dropbox, Google, IBM and Microsoft.