(The Hosting News) – With the latest release of its flagship product, OnePlaceMail Release 6, Scinaptic is the first of its kind to tackle records capture and knowledge sharing in the hybrid cloud environments of collaborative workplaces.
As a natural extension to existing desktop applications, the software lets end-users save and share content with metadata from the Microsoft Outlook, Office and File Explorer interface directly to SharePoint, Office 365 or hybrid cloud platforms and environments. But the impact is far from basic.
Scinaptic’s CEO and Director James Fox said; “As companies start to use cloud environments more and more, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) becomes increasingly important to business knowledge and records management processes. But critical business information is often tied to individual email inboxes, personal hard disks and shared disk drives. There has been a push from the market to address this issue, and with the new release of OnePlaceMail Release 6, we’ve done just that. Now, information on desktops can be shared safely and easily no matter what type, or how complex, the cloud environment.”
This is music to the ears of businesses worldwide grappling with records and knowledge management, and records compliance, within office environments that are continuously adopting new cloud technologies.
This week, Scinaptic will be showcasing OnePlaceMail Release 6 at the Microsoft SharePoint conference in Anaheim, focusing on its improved functionality which includes drag and drop features that give users a familiar way to manage information. With OnePlaceMail being embraced across 25 countries worldwide, Scinaptic will be looking to forge new partnerships in the U.S. with SharePoint systems integrators and technology partners focused on delivering ECM solutions.
In an unusually altruistic move for an IT company of its caliber, Scinaptic will also be launching a free version of OnePlaceMail Release 6 at the SharePoint conference. The special OnePlaceMail Express Edition is not just a limited version of the software—it’s a comprehensive edition designed to give companies a taste of how valuable the technology can be.
Mr. Fox commented; “We created a robust, free version of the software to show businesses how they can keep records management efficient despite the proliferation of new technologies and cloud sharing. Additionally, we believe that this product has the capacity to spark great innovation in business enterprise as knowledge is stored and transferred, rather than lost through inefficient filing or storing.”
Scinaptic is a global IT company with partners and clients spread across more than 25 countries, including the UK, USA, New Zealand, Japan, Denmark, Norway Canada, Germany and France. The company’s leading software has been widely embraced by a range of industries such as government, energy, infrastructure, transport, engineering, banking, and legal.
For more information about Scinaptic, please visit http://www.scinaptic.com.