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  • November 12, 2008
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Controlled document collaboration

DocCenter has launched DocLanding, a software-as-a-service solution designed to allow individuals and small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to centralize, manage, search, share and "unshare" their documents. The company claims DocLanding is an affordable, robust and easy-to-use solution that provides a platform for controlled collaboration at work or home.

DocLanding accounts can be set up in minutes, DocCenter reports, and, after scanning or uploading documents, DocLanding allows users to electronically file, search and retrieve information and share it with virtually anyone, anytime and anywhere. DocLanding is designed for the average person and offers an intuitive graphical user interface, says DocCenter. Additionally, users can customize their Personal Information Terminals (POINTs) to reflect the way they organize and classify information. With one password, they can access their files and documents, as well as the POINTs of others.

DocCenter claims its new offering is the only Web solution that provides an annotation tool with the ability to black out or redact sensitive words or phrases, plus features such as document deskewing and despeckling. Additional security features include the ability to apply watermarks and to control viewing and checkout privileges. DocLanding also allows the preview of many popular file types, such as the Microsoft 2007 Office Suite and Photoshop, without having the software installed. Further, DocLanding documents can be "locked" to prevent accidental deletion or movement.

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