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Organizations must find safer and easier ways to manage and share their content

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Unmanaged Content is Drowning Many OrganizationsUnstructured data is doubling in size each year within most enterprise organizations. Yet in many of these same organizations, this vital information is hidden within individual desktops and fragmented in server silos across the enterprise. Employees spend countless hours looking for relevant content and waste many more hours reproducing work, ultimately costing employers millions of dollars in lost productivity. Organizations must find safer and easier ways to manage and share their content as they struggle to respond to growing security challenges impacting how they protect their enterprise information.

Global 2000 Organizations Will Respond Within the Next 24-36 Months
Most organizations can no longer afford to ignore this problem. Industry analysts have identified a trend toward simple document and file management solutions to meet this challenge and predict increased adoptions of content management systems over the coming years - particularly low-cost solutions designed for enterprise-wide deployments. These systems will provide the improved document collaboration features that users demand while delivering the enhanced security and data protection features that IT organizations require.

Solutions for a Distributed and Mobile Workforce
Xythos Software is a recognized leader in providing open standards-based document and file management solutions for distributed, global organizations. Xythos technology powers applications from leading software companies, including Oracle, SAP and SAS, while Xythos' applications support millions of users within academic, commercial and government institutions. Xythos' solutions are at work protecting document collaboration within a wide variety of processes including:

  • Protecting Strategic and Tactical Warfare Data: The Xythos WebFile Server was integrated into the United States Joint Forces Command CDCIE portal, allowing U.S. and Coalition forces in Iraq to securely access and share real-time intelligence documents. Xythos' open APIs and WebDAV support enabled rapid application integration, while granular document access control helped address the military's content security requirements. Learn more:
  • Advancing Medical Research Collaboration: The Surgical Planning Lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital enlists the help of doctors and researchers around the globe and needed a way for each of them to more easily contribute and review content as part of the grant writing process. After deploying the Xythos Enterprise Document Manager, the lab was able to collaborate more efficiently resulting in a $40 million, multi-year NIH grant award. Learn more:
  • Enabling the Virtual Classroom: At the nation's largest co-operative education institution, Northeastern University, collaboration must take place everywhere-on or off campus. Northeastern's IT team developed a portal-based file storage and collaboration service with Xythos to help address the challenge of supporting its 50,000 distributed users and better facilitate the research and teaching process. Learn more:
Xythos Enterprise Document Manager 5.0
The Xythos Enterprise Document Manager enables all of the previous use cases by providing each of the essential document and file management features distributed organizations need to safely access, manage and share content over the web. It can be accessed via any web browser, from anywhere, increasing collaboration capability and employee productivity.

The Xythos WebFile Server functions as the underlying WebDAV-compatible content management platform for the Enterprise Document Manager and can be used to integrate document and file management capabilities into third-party applications or portal environments. The WebFile Server works together with enterprise authentication security standards, including LDAP and Active Directory, providing an easy and secure way to manage user and group access rights to a Xythos system. It also supports SSL and VPN transport encryption to ensure that all point-to-point connections are protected. Used in combination with Xythos' advanced document level access control lists, the WebFile Server provides one of the most flexible yet secure content management platforms available.

The Xythos Enterprise Document Manager is designed to work together with the applications that users already know, accelerating user adoption and reducing support requirements. Typical deployments require minimal training because the interface is so simple and intuitive. As a result, enterprise-wide implementations are completed in a fraction of the time required for traditional ECM systems.

To learn more about Xythos and its award-winning system architecture, read our latest white paper:

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