Web-Based File Management System
A Perfect File Sharing Solution
Our web-based file management system gives you the ability to share files with your clients or employees over the internet. You will have the ability upload, download, and make changes to documents in a secure environment. The system has a graphical user interface and functions similarly to a Windows file system. The learning curve is minimal and if you are familiar with computers, then you should be on your way in no time!
Some Features at a GlanceUPLOADING FILES
The file manager has three built-in uploading options for your convenience; Drag & Drop (Java Based) Uploading, Classic (Browse for single file) Uploading, and Flash-Based (Progress indicator) Uploading. Because user browser's vary, these three options should be sufficient for any user.
Uploading Capabilities Include:
- Upload files of unlimited size
- Upload entire folders & maintain tree structure
- Resume uploads
- Drag & Drop from desktop
- Progress Bar to indicate when file is finished
- Upload zip files and extract
- Import email attachment directly from email
The file manager can preview and edit multiple file types including JPG, GIF, PNG, PDF, PSD, TIF, EPS and more. The system has the capability of editing files on the fly with Snipshot, a free online service. There are many more editing resources that can be added to the system to extend its editing capabilities.
Editing and Preview Capabilities Include:
- Flash & MOV movies can be viewed
- MP3 music files can be played
- Online editing resources
- Edit .doc, .xls, .csv, .html files
- File Searching
- File Versioning
The file sharing feature allows the user to share with other system users with the ability to set permissions on specific folders or individual files. The system also has the capabilities of creating weblinks to a specific folder or file. The user can limit the number of downloads and also set an expiration date.
There are a number of different options that can be applied to a specific file. Downloading and Previewing are the basic, but the system also allows the user to make comments on a individual file, email the file as an attachment, and add the file to a zip file to name a few.