Scinaptic Launches OnePlaceMail Release 5

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Scinaptic has announced the launch of Release 5 of its OnePlaceMail solution providing seamless integration between desktop applications and SharePoint.

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Ultimately OnePlaceMail Release 5 extends the power of SharePoint to the desktop and seamlessly connects Outlook and Microsoft Office to help customers improve their overall return on investment from these technologies.

Scinaptic has announced the launch of Release 5 of its OnePlaceMail solution.

OnePlaceMail Release 5 is an advanced Microsoft Office/Outlook to SharePoint solution that drives user adoption of SharePoint as the enterprise information management platform by seamlessly connecting desktop applications to SharePoint.

James Fox, director, Scinaptic Communications, said, “Many organizations have an established business process for creating new SharePoint sites or archiving existing sites and libraries in relation to business activities like starting new projects or closing projects.

“The issue today is that SharePoint user adoption is often not realized across the organization due to the change required in user behavior when creating, saving or accessing content.

“The extra steps users have to take impacts how well SharePoint is used across an entire organization. The next big step to drive SharePoint adoption organization-wide is to embed SharePoint filing locations within desktop applications such as Microsoft Outlook, File Explorer and Microsoft Office. That’s exactly what OnePlaceMail Release 5 does.

“OnePlaceMail Release 5 connects the desktop environment and applications that end users use every day to SharePoint – almost without them realizing it. That’s why using OnePlaceMail Release 5 drives SharePoint adoption. It doesn’t create a new process or learning barrier that users need to get used to – it just works,” James Fox said.

OnePlaceMail Release 5 enables SharePoint Libraries and folder locations to be pushed out to desktop applications such as Microsoft Outlook. OnePlaceMail provides a Web Service in SharePoint to enable the systematic creation and easy deployment of SharePoint filing locations to desktop applications.

The personalized locations for each user can be driven by business rules and information available in SharePoint, Active Directory or other external systems.

OnePlaceMail Release 5 builds on previous versions and lets users:

  • Drag and drop existing emails to SharePoint with attachments or send and file emails directly to SharePoint.
  • Classify content according to the SharePoint Terms and Taxonomy store. Using a full type-ahead capability from desktop applications for streamlined classification of information.
  • View the existing SharePoint items within the selected SharePoint location (library/folder).
  • Copy metadata from an existing item in SharePoint to streamline data entry, with email attributes being captured automatically.

James Fox said, “Ultimately OnePlaceMail Release 5 extends the power of SharePoint to the desktop and seamlessly connects Outlook and Microsoft Office to help customers improve their overall return on investment from these technologies.”

OnePlaceMail Release 5 is available via download from http://www.scinaptic.com.

About Scinaptic Communications
Scinaptic Communications Pty Ltd (Scinaptic) offers a range of information worker solutions to drive the user adoption of SharePoint.

Its business objective is to ensure clients capitalise on their investment made in the leading collaboration and information management platform, Microsoft SharePoint. Over the past 10 years, Scinaptic has worked with leading international organizations to help capture, manage and access corporate information assets effectively for the creation of highly productive workplaces.

The leading Scinaptic OnePlaceMail solution has been licenced to organizations in more than 25 countries, and is connecting thousands of Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office and Windows File Explorer users with Microsoft SharePoint.

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