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DOCAVE FILE SHARE NAVIGATORFOR SHAREPOINT FILE SHARE PRESENTATION

SHAREPOINT FILE SHARE PRESENTATION

Integrate. Optimize. Expose large files and rich media, including files more than 2 GB, in Microsoft® SharePoint® Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2010 environments through direct links without migration.

DocAve File Share Navigator Datasheet

KEY BENEFITS FOR SHAREPOINT FILE SHARE PRESENTATION

  • Consolidate access to all enterprise wide content by exposing large files and rich media via list links, including files more than 2 GB, into SharePoint without violating Microsoft support contracts
  • Decrease costs associated with migrating file share content into SharePoint’s SQL Server content databases by seamlessly accessing file share content through SharePoint
  • Ensure global content access by allowing remote users to view, access, and manage files – stored locally or in Microsoft Azure and Dropbox public cloud offerings – through SharePoint without requiring a VPN connection
  • Increase file share content discoverability by utilizing SharePoint’s full metadata-based search across multiple, distributed file servers
  • Accelerate collaboration and user adoption by utilizing a familiar user experience, including the option to upload multiple files simultaneously
  • Enhance mobile content access by offering convenient thumbnail and preview displays of file share content – including images, Office, CAD engineering, and .pdf/.xps files – within SharePoint

CONTENT WITHOUT BORDERS. COLLABORATION WITHOUT SIZE OR LOCATION LIMITATIONS

DocAve File Share Navigator removes the barriers to seamless global collaboration by exposing large files, rich media, and a variety other file share content in SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2010 without migration. Enhance enterprise-wide content management and breathe new life into shared drives – regardless of whether they reside locally or in public cloud offerings like Microsoft Azure or Dropbox – by allowing users to preview and download file-based content directly through SharePoint. All legacy files are displayed as links on SharePoint lists, helping administrators consolidate file server access into SharePoint and providing for local or remote end-user access without degrading SharePoint performance.