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Access to Files Across the Miles

Google Android OS Egnyte enables mobile entrepreneurs to do more without an office.

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This story appears in the February 2010 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Given that the whole raison d'être of is doing stuff on the go, it's no surprise to learn that half of small businesses regularly use to conduct business, according to a recent study conducted by Decision Analyst. Not only that, but a quarter of entrepreneurs tell the Arlington, , market research firm they now use their more often than their computer. Whether your smartphone is an old-school BlackBerry device or a new-hotness touchscreen handset running on 's operating system, Egnyte enables you do even more away from the office. Its m-Drive user interface guarantees secure and ubiquitous remote access to all your business data, requiring no additional purchase or installation on your phone.

Egnyte's on-demand server offers both Mac and PC users online file storage, file-sharing functionality and automatic backup in one solution--any data stored on the server is now accessible via BlackBerry and Android m-Drive user interfaces optimized for both keypads and touchscreens, giving businesses the tools to navigate folder hierarchies and open and share files.

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