Notebooking with ILINX Content Store: You’ll have to come up with another excuse for not working this weekend

With the growing ubiquity of mobile internet, many of us feel nostalgic for the days where logging off of a computer meant escaping our email inboxes.  Indeed, being connected and reachable is not always a welcome concept; it has further complicated the lives of recovering workaholics everywhere.  Still, in the cases where we need the internet the most, it often finds a way to make itself unavailable.This phenomenon is particularly problematic in the world of Enterprise Content Management.

Organizations are rapidly adopting ECM, and quick access to critical and timely data has become part of their DNA. In the absence of network connectivity, these ECM systems are simply inaccessible, crippling an employee’s ability to access and edit content.

Nothing is going to change the fact that, to some degree, reaching a repository requires a network connection. But, with Notebooking from ILINX® Content Store, you can have the next best thing.

Notebooking is one of many new features in the ever-expanding ILINX Suite, and it has made the offline availability of content both feasible and intuitive. With a few simple clicks, a user can store documents from the server locally, and view them in the familiar Content Store interface without a network connection. Should the user make redactions, highlights, or any other markups, the changes will sync with Content Store when an internet connection is reestablished. With ILINX, your content can follow you everywhere, for better or for worse.

Allow me to extend my sincerest apologies to anyone who thought that they could have an excuse not to work this weekend.

Kyle Miller
Corporate Communications Manager
ImageSource, Inc.

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