Zoho Launches Online Document Management Tool
Online collaborative technology developer Zoho has launched its new Zoho Docs, a Web-based document management tool that's designed to integrate with Zoho's online spreadsheet, presentation, and document creation software.
Zoho Docs is designed to allow Zoho users to store files centrally and access them remotely. It provides real-time sharing and collaboration capabilities, the ability to maintain multiple versions of individual files, and support for tagging and labeling files and folders. It also includes access control features that allow users to define permissions for file use. Other features include:
- Drag-and-drop folder management;
- Custom document sorting;
- Context-sensitive actions;
- Support for multiple file formats, including PDF;
- Automatic decompression of uploaded .zip files; and
- Automatic virus scanning for uploaded files.
The Zoho Docs service is available now for free as part of the free Zoho productivity and collaboration suite. It includes 1 GB of space for an unlimited number of users within an organization. Further information can be found here.
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