KnowledgeTree has introduced a technology that allows companies to choose the deployment model that makes sense for their organization’s document management needs. The Private Cloud edition of KnowledgeTree’s Document Management tools allows companies to decide if they want to deploy software-as-a-service in a secure public cloud or on-premise in a virtualized, private cloud environment.
Management of business documents is important and today companies need business-class tools for managing documents that have the fast time-to-value of cloud-based technologies. This challenge is addressed by Knowledge Tree’s new Private Cloud edition that enables users to organize, manage, and collaborate on business documents.
Thanks to easy deployment, companies can instantly launch a SaaS (News - Alert) account or get a private cloud implementation running in hours, not weeks. All this can be done without the requirement of developers.
The Private Cloud edition of KnowledgeTree’s Document Management tools also enables users to access, synchronize, and manage documents from the desktop and within Microsoft (News - Alert) Office and Outlook.
Users can thus control documents from the browser or business productivity tools that they use every day. The new edition also ensures low operational expenses for hardware due to the virtualized deployment model.
“Organizations need to control their business documents, but today’s options aren’t good enough,” said Daniel Chalef, KnowledgeTree’s CEO. “Companies need business-class tools and the flexibility to manage documents in a private or public cloud; from their desktop, in Microsoft Office, or on their mobile device. KnowledgeTree’s flexible options provide a ‘total’ cloud solution.”
KnowledgeTree is encouraging potential users to test-drive KnowledgeTree Public Cloud edition free for 14 days to experience the functionality or access the datasheet.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny