Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC) recently announced the introduction of the Brava! Enterprise HTML client. The latest offering from Informative Graphics has been designed as a flexible and IT-friendly solution allowing users to securely view and collaborate over virtually all kinds of documents, images or drawings.
IGC is one of the premier developers of commercial software products for viewing, collaboration and redaction.
"We're always working to deliver solutions that make it easier for our customers to be more efficient in their day-to-day work,” said Gary Heath, president and CEO at IGC. “Brava HTML provides even more flexibility for users to access and collaborate on their work files while easing the burden on IT staff."
Similar to all other technology solutions provided by Brava, the HTML5 client integrates with all major content management systems. However, unlike the other clients, HTML5 client is not dependent on any workstation installation or plug-ins, which means that users can easily run it on virtually all operating systems, including PC, Mac and Linux over popular browsers such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Chrome.
ActiveX, Java and Flash clients have also been made available on the Brava Enterprise, which makes it an ideal fit for any environment and for addressing any business need.
Using any Internet connection, users can enjoy the following of Brava's functionalities: viewing and collaborating on and redact almost any kind of file, including office and PDF documents, as well as CAD drawings and image files; secure access to files while making sure the original documents continue to be safe in the repository; and the direct launch from any content management system, including EMC (News - Alert) Documentum, OpenText Content Server, IBM FileNet and Microsoft SharePoint.
Visitors can try the Brava HTML client here.
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Edited by Braden Becker