LivingAnalytics, a company specializing in the creation of content actualization technology, announces today the availability of LibraryCard, a solution for synchronizing content between Box and SharePoint 2010.
LibraryCard combines “systems of record” and “systems of engagement” by connecting the governance and control of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and the flexibility and convenience of Box. LibraryCard provides companies with the ability to leverage content platforms inside and outside their firewall for an enterprise content management system with a “better together” mentality.
Chris Riley (@HoardingInfo), Product Manager at CloudShare and SharePoint ECM Expert, says, “LibraryCard bridges the gap between users who are content management pros and those who just want to do their job.”
The LibraryCard solution is simple. It is designed as a native SharePoint application with bi-directional synchronization between Box accounts and SharePoint Libraries. LibraryCard’s ease of use and installation allows IT Managers and SharePoint Administrators to deploy the solution and activate it on any site to sync with users. LibraryCard features the functionality of traditional SharePoint applications, such as Content Types, Information Management Policies, Managed Meta-Data, Workflow, and eDiscovery Holds.
Middleware applications often require IT Managers to know special scripting languages and to spend months on a proper configuration and training. The developers at LivingAnalytics find this practice unacceptable. LibraryCard offers organizations a convenient way to maintain strict control over proprietary content and still give teams and content professionals the ability to share outside the firewall.
“What happens when your sales team needs to send content out to prospects, but are prevented from doing so by your company’s strict content regulations? Ability to limit deletes on SharePoint or Box accounts
Future versions of LibraryCard are already in development and will bring support for Office365, the ability to sync Box public URLs and meta-data, tracking, and more.
LibraryCard is sold per seat as an annual service. List price for less than 25 seats starts at $125/seat/year. The subscription includes support services and automatic updates. The free trial of LibraryCard is available for trial via CloudShare, on a hosted environment.
To work with the beta, visit URL ( http://bit.ly/SPtoBOX ), register for CloudShare, and follow the instructions.
“We are excited to release the first of several tools on our roadmap. We pride ourselves in the ability to improve Enterprise Content solutions for organizations. We build easy-to-use and easy to install technologies that provide companies with immediate benefits,” concludes Patrick.
For more information about LibraryCard visit http://www.LivingAnalytics.com or contact info(at)LivingAnalytics(dot)com.
Headquartered in Colorado with development worldwide, LivingAnalytics is a cutting edge startup marrying ECM and Big Data technologies. LivingAnalytics develops Cloud based Enterprise Content Management ( ECM) technologies targeted at making organizations more effective with their content. LivingAnalytics understands how long it takes companies to adopt ECM, and the common points of failure. Now that content capture is so easy, getting value from the content is the next big step. LivingAnalytics excels at this, and is pushing the envelop of data actualization.
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