CmisSync can sync content for any ECM server. The user Interface is very similar to Dropbox, but behind the scene it synchronizes documents from Alfresco, Documentum, FileNet, Nuxeo, SharePoint, or any CMIS-compliant server. CmisSync syncs to your company's file server (or private cloud), rather than to a public cloud. CmisSync leverages the user accounts and permissions of your file server, so employees will only see the files they are allowed to see. Users can foster ECM usage and also work with multiple ECMs.
Primary Use Cases
Enterprise Content Management. File Synchronization.
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