Network drive support for IBM Connections
With File Jockey your users can work with the files stored in IBM Connections via an ordinary network drive
File Jockey supports Apple Mac and Windows computers
Apple users can use the Mac's Finder to work with the files stored in IBM Connections
The advantages of File Jockey compared with the IBM Desktop PluginView Details
|Map a network drive on Mac and Windows computers displaying the files stored in IBM Connections My Files, My Folders, Community Files and Community Libraries|
|No program installation on the end users' computer is necessary|
|Apple Mac computers are supported|
|Windows computers running Win7, Win8 and Win10 are supported|
|IBM Connections 4.5 and higher is supported|
|Full read and write support to the files stored in My Files, My Folders, Community Files and Community library Files (ECM)|
|Many mobile apps are supported on iPhone, iPad and Android devices (like Goodreader, Notability, Pages, Numbers and more)|
|Direct access to the IBM Connections files from Office programs like MS Office|
|Versions and trash bin in IBM Connections are supported when updating or removing a file via the net work drive|
|File Jockey is a java server program that can be installed on IBM WebSphere R8.5 or higher or Apache Tomcat R8 or higher|
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Looking to enhance your Document Management System with network drive functionality?
It is possible to connect File Jockey to your DMS, enhancing your DMS with the network drive functionality. The files inside your DMS will be brought to the Mac and Windows PC's via the File Jockey network drive. File Jockey is a server based Java program that will be tailored by the Lialis team so it supports your DMS. Please contact us for more information.
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