Why Choose File Jockey?

  • You want to access and modify files independent time, location and device.
  • You champion the use of mobile computing to refine and improve business processes.
  • You want to be compliant and therefore want to digitalize your papers … even during meetings you don’t want to use paper.
  • You want to increase the usage and adoption of your IBM system
  • You want to resolve any potential privacy concerns regarding your confidential documents when they are mobilized

File Jockey is your tool!

What Clients Say

I find File Jockey for IBM Connections Cloud very convenient, easy to use and setup, and it gives me the option to work with a couple of IBM Connections Cloud accounts at the same time, which is really useful feature for agencies working with multiple clients
Joachim Rahlf, CEO and Chairman, SC Soft-Concept GmbH, Germany
The one missing capability is to synchronize files offline on desktops, laptops and even mobile devices. That’s where File Jockey is coming into the play. This IBM Business Partner offers a WebDAV interface for IBM Greenhouse/IBM Connections that can be used with a lot of WebDAV clients on different devices. I’ve tested it for a while and it closes really the gap. Well done, Lialis.
Gerald Kallas, Senior Retail Consultant , CAS AG, Germany
File Jockey brought another level of ROI for Ewing’s IBM Quickr, and iPad and iPhone investment. The product was very easy to install and support has been fantastic. My users are blown away; there’s a big “wow factor” for them. This has enabled 40 of my sales people to turn their laptops in and use iPads online. I don’t have one single complaint or regret. It really is a great product, with great performance. Along with an IT hero factor, I couldn’t be happier.
Mark Gesick, Communications Manager, Ewing Irrigation, US
We were looking at methods to have documents available on the iPad, and the ability for the contents of the documents to be synced when changes are made back in the home office. We’ve found it easy to use and easy to setup. And the support has been excellent! Now, we can easily ynchronise documents between our server and iPads using WebDAV via Goodreader.
Bob Morin, IT Manager, Government of Alberta, Canada
Our top management is using iPads to bring more efficiency into their regularly management meetings. All presentations and documents for a meeting are stored in a separate folder in a Quickr place. With the GoodReader iPad App the managers can automatically synchronize the documents to their iPad’s. All documents needed for a meeting are now stored locally on their iPad’s. We can so eliminate a lot of paper and we reduce printing costs.
Robert Spaltenstein, manager Groupware, Allianz Suisse, Schweiz
There are fantastic possibilities for everyone who is playing around with files and IBM Connections (or Quicker, or even Notes) on their mobile devices, whether it is an iPad or mobile phone. Thanks Lialis for their File Jockey solution. It is really easy to set it up.
Kaspars Šmits, Head of Support Systems Division, Latvijas Mobilais Telefons
We use File Jockey for the exchange of documents between iPads and Quickr. An important work method is that the user calls the office to prepare and place documents in Quickr which are needed with high priority. For this setup every File Jockey user has a personal Quickr place which is replicated completely with the iPad. Main benefit: no documents in public clouds!.
Werner Ermgassen, IT and Communication, Gesamtmetall, Germany
The strength of the product is the ability to archive Quickr places to file server environments, etc … As a construction company we’re using Lotus Quickr as a project content management system but every time a project finishes we had difficulties to create or off-load the As Built documents to hand over to the client. Within the File Jockey solution now we can easily create those files.
Geert van der Wielle, manager, CFE, Belgium
We couldn’t store the Lotus Quickr files on the iPad, because we’re not always online. This made synchronization a problem. The most important benefits of this solution for use are: being able to manage files offline on the iPad; being able to synchronize files with Quickr; allowing multiple people to use the solution.
Friso van den Berg, Head of ICT, The Salvation Army, Netherlands
Last year we saw an increase in the use of iPads and other mobile devices. The problem was to provide the users with the necessary data. After research the internet, we found the solution, it was File Jockey. The support is good and fast. We are very satisfied with the product, it extends the use of Lotus Quickr.
Ralf Simon, IT professional, Count+Care Darmstadt, Germany
File Jockey delivers real off line sync capabilities for the files you store in your IBM Connections, IBM Connections Cloud, IBM Lotus Quickr and IBM Lotus Domino to mobile devices via top business apps like Goodreader and Notability. File Jockey extends your IBM or Lotus system to give your users access to their files wherever they happen to be, without having to carry laptops with them. Learn more…

Here’s how it works

On premises
File Jockey can be installed on premises on your IBM Lotus Domino, Tomcat or IBM WebSphere server, and you can configure it for your IBM Connections, Lotus Quickr (Domino and J2EE) or any Lotus Notes database. Then you simply configure your iPhone’s, iPad’s, Androids or other devices to communicate with the File Jockey server software.  Please continue reading on the learn more information page or download File Jockey now with one free user licence.
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Cloud
File Jockey is also available as a Cloud SaaS service for IBM Connections, IBM Connections Cloud and Lotus Quickr (Domino and J2EE). You don’t have to install anything on your own servers. You provide us with the URL for your IBM Lotus Quickr and/or IBM Connections servers and we will provide you with a URL your team can use to access their files via the File Jockey Cloud server. Please continue reading on the learn more information page or sign up for one month free usage of File Jockey Cloud.
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Pricing and licensing
File Jockey licensing is user based. A maximum number of users is set in the licence key. You are allowed to use an unlimited amount of IBM Connections, IBM Lotus Quickr or Lotus Notes systems. When you purchase a license for File Jockey on premises you are purchasing a perpetual license including support and maintenance for the first year. For File Jockey Cloud is a hosted solution which requires a monthly subscription. Please continue reading on the learn more information page.
The mobile devices
After installation and configuration of File Jockey you simply configure your iPhones, iPads, Androids or other devices to communicate with the File Jockey server. Your team can then easily download, upload, delete, modify or move attachments using their mobile device. Many iPad and iPhone iOS apps are supported: Goodreader; Notability; WebDAV Nav; iAnnotate PDF; OverTheAir; DocsAs…Note; ReaddleDocsKeynotes; Pages; and Numbers (there are many more).

For the Android, we recommend you use FolderSync, for Mac ForkLift and for Windows, Bitkinex. Please continue reading on the learn more information page.

Under the bonnet of File Jockey
File Jockey is server software that sits between the IBM system and mobile devices. On the left hand side File Jockey talks API language to IBM. On the right hand side File Jockey talks WebDAV language to the apps and programs on mobile devices and computers. File Jockey supports IBM Connections, IBM Connections Cloud, Lotus Quickr and Lotus Domino servers with Notes databases. Please visit this page to learn more about File Jockey.

File Jockey for IBM Connections
With File Jockey for IBM Connections users can connect third party apps like Goodreader and Notability with the files stored in IBM Connections. All apps and programs that support the WebDAV protocol are supported (including Forklift for Mac). File Jockey supports reading and writing files from these apps and programs to IBM Connections.  Please continue reading on the IBM Connections information page or watch the video below.
File Jockey for IBM Connections Cloud
Because IBM Connections Cloud is mainly running on IBM Connections, File Jockey supports IBM Connections as well. With File Jockey for IBM Connections Cloud users can connect third party apps like Goodreader and Notability with the files stored in IBM Connections Cloud. All apps and programs that support the WebDAV protocol are supported (including Forklift for Mac). File Jockey supports reading and writing files from these apps and programs to IBM Connections Cloud. Please continue reading on the IBM Connections Cloud information page or watch the video below.
File Jockey for IBM Lotus Quickr
File Jockey supports IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 on Domino and J2EE. File Jockey supports read and write access to Quickr places and Quickr rooms. With File Jockey for IBM Lotus Quickr users can connect third party apps like Goodreader and Notability with the files stored in IBM Lotus Quickr. All apps and programs that support the WebDAV protocol are supported (including Forklift for Mac). File Jockey supports reading and writing files from these apps and programs to IBM Lotus Quickr. Please continue reading on the IBM Lotus Quickr information page or watch the video below.
File Jockey for Lotus Notes
File Jockey supports any Lotus Notes database design. A view or a folder may be configured in order to deliver the files in this folder or view to the mobile devices via the File Jockey server. It’s possible to download all attachments from all Notes documents listed in the view of folder structure to the mobile device with the help of third party apps like Goodreader. Please continue reading on the IBM Lotus Domino information page.

Test drive File Jockey now with IBM Greenhouse
To show you how this solution works, we’ve installed File Jockey onto our cloud servers so you can use it with the IBM Greenhouse environment. This service for free and you don’t have to sign up to anything or create an account. (You just need a free IBM Greenhouse account if you don’t have one.) Please check out this blog where we explain how to use the Goodreader with the files in IBM Greenhouse Connections. Our blog holds many more examples of other apps.