Easy Windows-like file management
Users can store files on the remote server, and access them from everywhere using a browser.
Files are organized in unlimited folders and subfolders, with an easy Explorer-like navigation from within the web browser. Documents can be opened with a single click. Files and documents can also be accessed and uploaded by mobile users on the road using PocketPC.
Document folders can be shared with other users, communities, groups, have different access permissions (ex read, write, delete...).
Users can save incoming attachments to a remote folder, for later access or sharing. Remote files can also be sent out as attachments. This often saves a lot of time for documents that are sent out often, as it avoids uploading the same attachment every time.
Check-in and check-out
Users can lock/unlock documents and folders to prevent concurrent editing.
Access from the desktop (WebDAV)
Users can access the remote documents form their desktop, as
part of 'My network places' or as network drive. No additional software required for Windows, Linux, Mac
It is possible to drag & drop files and entire directories as normal
from the desktop directly onto the remote folder.
Works integrated with all the Office applications to open,
create, save files.
All the communication is firewall friendly using HTTP communication (or HTTPS
for maximum security).
Users can publish folders or documents directly on the web. External users can access and download public files by a single hyperlink. Published files can optionally be protected by a password.
This is perfect for companies that need to communicate to its partners or with the public making available technical documentation, brochures, and more. Instead of uploading a file and sending it as mail attachment, the user can simply send a link to a published file (or a folder).
More administration options
The administrator of the system or of the single domain can control disk usage with disk quotas.
The administrator can have direct access to all the files
accessible on the server, and share directories with other
users (integration with old document repositories, legacy
network drives, etc.)