AODocs File Server extends Google Drive into
a business-class virtual file server with control over document ownership, security and collaboration. AODocs Document Management builds on Google Drive to create an enterprise-level document management platform and workflow engine.
Users that already use Google Drive and Apps, AODocs provides enterprise-level document management to organize and protect documents stored on Google drive. Users that use Sharepoint, Lotus notes, virtual drives or other on-premise file storage, AODocs consolidates documents into a single repository and reduces associated admin and data center costs.
Primary Use Cases
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