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HELIOS Debuts File-Transfer App Solution for iPad
HELIOS Debuts File-Transfer App Solution for iPad

 
April 26, 2012 9:02AM
HELIOS debuts fast secure file transfer app solution for iPad -- The HELIOS Document Hub app for iPad is the ideal solution for businesses to easily and securely distribute documents to iPad users to access and use PDFs, images, Office documents, and other files.
 



HELIOS Software GmbH introduced its new iPad Document Hub app. The iPad Document Hub is the ideal solution for businesses to easily and securely distribute documents over the internet to its remote users for local use and remote collaboration.

The HELIOS iPad Document Hub app enables remote users to access and work on PDFs, images, Office documents, and other files. Documents can be forwarded to other apps, attached to an e-mail, printed, or sent back to the server.

The HELIOS iPad Document Hub app works with HELIOS WebShare, which provides fast and secure multiuser access to their company's intranet server volumes. A customizable API is available for customers to brand their own intranet service for employees, customers, vendors, users, and groups.

Online operation allows access to any available document from the file server for local viewing or for use in apps like Numbers, Keynote, Quickoffice, Acrobat, iBooks, and others. The built-in synchronization ensures that all users receive the latest version from the WebShare intranet server.

HELIOS Software GmbH (showing this week at drupa, hall 09/D04), is a leading developer of cross-platform file, print, image, proofing, remote collaboration, and PDF server software.

HELIOS products run on powerful and scalable servers including Apple Mac OS X, IBM AIX, Linux, Oracle Solaris, and Windows systems. HELIOS products provide reliable cross-platform support for Mac, Windows, Web and UNIX-based clients.

Distributors sell HELIOS products worldwide to value-added resellers who provide complete networking solutions to customers. HELIOS also works with many strategic partners that incorporate HELIOS server software to provide powerful third-party archive, asset management and workflow solutions.

For more information visit http://www.helios.de or, in the U.S., contact Thomas Hallinan, HELIOS Software GmbH, 209-827-2760, mktg (at) helios.de
 

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