The company unveiled new technology partner programme to scale enterprise business.
Cloud storage software developer Egnyte has announced further integrations for Microsoft Office 365, allowing business users to access, manage, and share all of their files.
The integrations will allow Egnyte users to have full support within Office apps. They can open Egnyte files directly from within several Office tools for both viewing and editing.
The files are then saved back to Egnyte automatically. Native integrations within all of the Office tools will offer users with several choices to easily open, edit, and share any of their Egnyte files.
In addition, users on the move can remotely access and edit Egnyte files from any of the native Office Mobile Apps.
Egnyte chief strategy officer Isabelle Guis said: "By partnering with key enterprise players and integrating their applications with the Egnyte solution, we’re creating seamless workflows around content that is mission-critical for the enterprise.
"We’re significantly scaling our ecosystem of infrastructure and application partners, on-premises and in the cloud.
Microsoft corporate vice president and chief evangelist Steve Guggenheimer said: "Egnyte’s security-enhanced and hybrid architecture enables Microsoft users to seamlessly share and manage documents stored across heterogeneous storage locations – in the cloud and on premises – while enhancing the user experience by connecting workflows across their favorite business applications, including Microsoft Office."
Egnyte has also launched a new technology partner programme to scale enterprise business and signed integration deals with Smartsheet, FotoIN, and cloudHQ.
Apart from integrations for storage, the company is accelerating workflow integrations and agreements for professional services and support.