Strategies for Giving Tech Entrepreneurs Market Staying Power

The tech sector moves at a lightning fast pace, with boom and bust cycles driving innovation, new products, and new companies. Which cutting edge technologies are innovating to success and staying there? Where is there resiliency in Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurship?

We spoke with one entrepreneur, CEO & co-founder of Egnyte, Vineet Jain, who has taken a different approach to being a disruptor, opting for a more traditional, slow and steady approach for shaking up the tech sector. With both a successful supply chain software solution and mission critical content management platform under his belt, Vineet offers perspectives on the most important lessons he’s taken away from his entrepreneurial approach in tech, as well as how his “stallion” approach to business poses both opportunities and challenges in software & technology markets.

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