Network Appliance Certifies DocuWare 5.1 for SnapLock Technology

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High Performance with Low TCO

Network Appliance and DocuWare are cooperating. As part of this partnership, the specialist for Unified Storage Solutions has certified the seamless integration of the document management system with NetApp SnapLock storage technology.

Companies are increasingly confronted with strict legal regulations regarding the storage of documents. One possibility to archive, for example, documents, e-mail and files over many years is provided with optical media like CD and DVD. Another route is offered by storage specialist Network Appliance and its SnapLock technology which generates WORM volumes on hard disks. With DocuWare 5.1 and NetApp SnapLock, users have a low-cost solution for the long-term storage of critical company data. It combines the advantages of document management such as the archiving of all kinds of documents from a variety of sources in one central document pool with the high access speed provided by a hard disk, further enhanced by the security of a WORM medium.

Easily meeting Compliance Rules  

Retaining and securing data for audit and compliance regulations have become necessary parts of business operations around the world. The ability to secure that data and find it again in seconds is critical to protecting information assets, achieving regulatory compliance, and meeting eDiscovery requests, said Patrick Rogers, vice president of Solutions Marketing at NetApp. DocuWare eases the task of pooling and managing all document types. This certification means customers will benefit from saving time, administration, and infrastructure expenses with the confidence that their data is tamper-proof.

Stefan Schindler, Director of DocuWare Limited welcomes the partnership: For many customers, the seamless integration of a Document Management Solution within other products is an important purchasing criteria. The certification of DocuWare 5.1 by Network Appliance underscores once again the integration abilities of this integrated document management software.

About Network Appliance

Network Appliance is a leading provider of innovative data management solutions that simplify the complexities of storing, managing, protecting, and retaining enterprise data. Market leaders around the world choose NetApp to help them reduce cost, minimize risk, and adapt to change.


DocuWare The Company

Founded in 1988, DocuWare has over 6,000 installations with tens of thousands of users in over 50 countries.  DocuWare offers a scalable solution that can expand enterprise-wide.  Over 400 Authorized DocuWare Partners make up a worldwide independent reseller network, employing over 1000 DocuWare experts who bring DocuWare close to its customers. DocuWare AG is based in Germering near Munich, Germany.  The companys US subsidiary, DocuWare Corporation, is located in Newburgh, New York and is responsible for all activities in North, Central and South America.  DocuWare Ltd., its subsidiary in London, handles all activities for Great Britain and Ireland. DocuWare Espaa located in Barcelona is responsible for the market in Spain.

DocuWare Software for Integrated Document Management

DocuWare is an integrated document management solution that can automate business processes by managing any type of document, regardless of format or source, in a central document pool for example paper records, letters, faxes, drawings, PC and other electronic files including e-mail.  DocuWare supports all forms of electronic signatures.  Integrated records management ensures that all access is secure, controlled, and logged. Using the Internet, the central document pool is available around the clock to any authorized user, no matter where they are located in the world.  A wide range of customizable DocuWare add-on modules equip DocuWare for, among other things, automatic indexing, COLD applications and enhanced workflow features.  Other software applications are easily integrated with a set of standard tools.  Numerous interfaces exist for ERP systems (including a certified SAP interface) and Groupware (like Exchange or Lotus Notes/Domino).  DocuWare incorporates all components needed for powerful Enterprise Content Management.  Processes in every company can be automated and improved with DocuWare.  DocuWare solutions are known for their easy installation, administration and operation, as well as an exceptionally low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). DocuWare software is available in 13 languages. Enhanced with workflow functionalities, Web Content Management, and universal integration functions, DocuWare provides powerful Enterprise Content Management (ECM) functionality for enabling expansion throughout an organization.

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