Hot! Egnyte & Web Development: The Perfect Pair

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We have a bit of background in the world of web development, and we know there isn’t anything more important than the sharing of files and documents. Information is shared and transmitted back and forth between client and web developer from the moment a deal is made. From that moment on, constant communication flow is extremely important to both serve the firm and the client. Cloud storage is awesome for a web development firm, and Egnyte is your go-to company/product/service.

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Clients often have ideas of how they want their website developed and how it should look. With Egnyte, clients can upload their notes, thoughts, ideas and images for their new website (and vice versa). When you’re on the other side as a developer, you can make suggestions and upload media such as PSD or PDF file of how the development of the site is coming along.

If you’re a web development firm commissioning work from a graphic designer, you could allow them access as well. Have them upload their work, and you can make edits/suggestions from there. One main benefit Egnyte provides is the ability to constantly have the most updated version of any document or file uploaded.

Access To Files Anytime & Anywhere

If you’re a web developer, you probably already know that you hardly ever need to work with your clients face-to-face. Some of your clients might even be across the country! With a great service like Egnyte, you can collaborate at all times. Another great feature of Egnyte is the availability of mobile applications. You can be connected at all times – even when you are offline.

More Value for your Budget

Purchasing and maintaining your own servers can become expensive. Along with that, you may also need to purchase and install your own virtual private network (VPN). With Egnyte, you can alleviate some of those expenses. There are plans and prices available for every kind of company (from 5-10,000 people). Stretch your IT budget a little further using Egnyte.

For more information, take a look at our Egnyte overview post or visit www.Egnyte.com.

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Kristen Bachmeier

Kristen is a graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University and holds a BS in Marketing with a minor in Advertising. Kristen started as an intern for Atilus and spent two months getting caught up in all things tech. When not immersing herself in blogging and social media marketing, she likes to spend her time drinking coffee, kayaking, shopping, and going to theme parks (preferably Disney).

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