HELIOS iPad Document Hub Lets Users Own Code, Host Content
If you’re attending Drupa 2012 this week -- one of the world's leading exhibition for the print media industry -- you may want to check out the new HELIOS iPad Document Hub publishing platform. With so many looking for ways to develop their own individually branded and customized iPad apps, to present content on iOS devices, HELIOS Software GmbH, a leading developer of cross-platform file, print, image, proofing, remote collaboration, and PDF server software, has made it easier with its new iPad Document Hub publishing platform and app for iOS.

Scalable, Secure, Powerful

The HELIOS iPad Document Hub publishing platform is a scalable, secure, and powerful client/server solution for building unrestricted apps and for unlimited publishing of content without any charge per app, content or use. Additionally, customers can securely host all content on their own server to be synchronized to app users on an Apple iPad or iPhone.

Own the Code

HELIOS incorporated feedback from customers, integrators and vendors to provide both flexibility and freedom to “own” their apps without any restrictions or foreign copyright notices. As a result, HELIOS has made the app source code available as a foundation to encourage custom app development, which can also save both time and money. The iPad Document Hub publishing platform has no dependency on vendor hosting, and is free of annual charges.

The HELIOS iPad Document Hub app works with HELIOS WebShare, which provides secure, multiuser access to their company’s intranet server volumes. Online operation allows access to available documents from the file server for local viewing or for use in apps such as Numbers, Keynote, Quickoffice, Acrobat, iBooks and others. The built-in synchronization ensures that all users receive the latest version.