Computer programming and networking tends to have a lot of long, difficult words, or sometimes simple words strung together to make long phrases. By shortening these important phrases, it makes it easier to note their existence or absence. By learning these terms, you can become one of the people “in the know” and you will […]
There was a time when it was okay to use the easiest-to-remember password, such as your first name or simple words like “password”, qwerty, or even “pizza”. Then hackers came along and a lot of people lost data, money, and privacy online. According to a Verizon data breach investigation report, 81% of successful data breaches […]
That the demand for enterprise document management systems will increase should not come as a surprise to anyone. If you live in a country that has Internet, your information is probably already entered in an amazing array of document management systems. If you are a businessperson, you are already acutely aware of the value (and […]
It’s crucial in this day and age for many people to have access to some sort of cloud storage. In a world that’s becoming increasingly more digital, for SMBs specifically, having online access to files and data is an important part of communication and smooth-running operations. Having said that, such a dependency on cloud storage […]
An update to Folderit DMS is now live and includes three new functions: setting expiration date to your sharing, Folder-level metadata templating and ability to change the default columns in the file list view.
There are times when you only want someone to be able to see a PDF, Word document or an image and not even give them an ability to download the files. For times like that the newly released Preview-only feature in Folderit DMS is exactly what you need!
Ask any team manager about the struggles of having a comprehensive overview of file history and an understanding of everyone’s actions with it and they will admit (through clenched teeth) that it can be a frustrating problem.
Document management for Windows is somewhat built into any PC that is running Windows, especially if Office 365 is part of the package. Users can create folders, sort documents and save them in a specific way so that they can be found later.
Essential business functions are not so very different today from the needs of the past. The biggest changes have been the speed with which everything needs to take place and the use of software for the various operations.