Controlling Content in Shinydrive

[fa icon="calendar"] Mar 8, 2016 8:28:53 AM / by Shinydocs

information011.jpg

Shinydrive marries the flexibility and easy-to-use shared drive interface with the power of Content Server to manage your files and apply rules.

Regain control of your content by:

  • specifying the content that is forbidden — Shinydrive has rules that prevents temporary files from being stored in your ECM
  • restricting file types — ensure only content that is relevant to your business gets in, and things you don’t want (like ex’s) stay out.
  • apply permissions to folders — i.e. allow only Engineering staff to access or save content to the Engineering folder

Avoid the Dangers of Digital ROT

Digital ROT—redundant, outdated and trivial information – is a significant business threat that many organizations overlook year after year.

Shared network drives are the perfect example. A staple in many offices, we’ve all seen the housekeeping mess that can occur in a shared drive. Content with no order results in significant storage and maintenance costs and, even more importantly, it creates an audit nightmare, compliance and regulatory risks.

Shinydrive Applies Order

With the digital world generating content at an exponential rate and the proliferation of enterprise content creation, organizations need to get better at gating content.

Using the power of rules, restrictions and permissions, Shinydrive is a powerful gateway to your ECM. Reduce your storage and maintenance costs and mitigate compliance risk by preventing the “mess” of content with no order.

Topics: Features, Records Management, Adoption, Shinydrive

Shinydocs

Written by Shinydocs

Shinydocs Corporation builds enterprise-class business solutions that allow users to work the way they want. Shinydrive turns any ECM into a drive on your desktop. Organizations can increase adoption, ensure information governance rules and maintain corporate security policies without having to resort to user training.

Recent Posts

Subscribe to Email Updates