Syncing is supported, and storage ranges from 150 GB to 3 TB. Collaboration among remote workers is facilitated via secure links or shared, permissions-based access to specific files. The service works with Windows and OS X on the desktop and iOS and Android on the mobile side. Desktop integration is particularly simple, as users can access their cloud repositories through Finder on Macs and Explorer on PCs. Security features include 256-bit encryption, and a base package called Personal Local Cloud supports up to five users for $24.99 per month.
Egnyte offers a number of features that target the enterprise, including integration with Google Docs, Salesforce, Outlook, and Active Directory. File versioning is also on the features list, as is the ability to set expiration dates after which stored files are no longer accessible. Administrators can define permissions granularly to control who has access to certain documents, and they can also establish FTP access or run audit reports that display access and encryption data for stored content.
Unfortunately, many of these more advanced functions are reserved for the more expensive Office Local Cloud and Enterprise Local Cloud options. As a result, Egnyte might be a better option for businesses than for individuals or small teams -- but with a relatively generous 150 GB available in the base package, even solitary users might be persuaded.