Infosquare Introduces One-Button Document Publishing for Intranets/Extranets

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Infosquare Introduces One-Button Document Publishing for Intranets/Extranets


Infosquare Corp. has announced OpenShare release 2.0, new and secure intranet/extranet information-sharing software that, according to the company, offers nontechnical users a fast, user-friendly way to publish and maintain their own information and content while providing Webmasters with complete administrative control over style, security, and access.

According to the company, OpenShare offers an easy-to-use interface that features one-button publishing, supports the integration of standard Web technologies, and is completely Web based. Because OpenShare is based on an open platform, it does not lock organizations into a proprietary system. End users can share data using existing office productivity tools (such as Microsoft and Lotus), drastically reducing training time and expense.

"OpenShare has helped Brown and Toland's departments communicate and share information more effectively than before, when e-mail was the main inter-departmental communication media," said Felice Curecelli, of Brown and Toland Physician Services Organization in San Francisco. "OpenShare is our main repository for documents, and it allows nontechnical personnel to ... contribute important information directly to the company's intranet without involving the Webmaster More than 250 people across the organization use the intranet, ranging from executives and managers to clerical and technical people."

"Communication and information sharing is critical in a highly distributed, international company," said Andrew Biss, principal consultant at Dynasty Technologies in Houston. "OpenShare has enabled our widely dispersed personnel, distributors, and customers to always have the latest information that they need. Implementing an extranet quickly was also a major concern. …

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