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IBM FileNetSharePointBoxOracle WebCenterOpenText Content Suite PlatformOpenText DocumentumM-FilesLaserfiche Rio
I like the security and also the configuration. It is easy to configure and most of our business use cases have everything just with the configuration itself.
The most valuable features are the collaboration and sharing.
The most valuable features are the Integrations, web site, and search.
Box is very realistic when it comes to sharing capabilities.
Governance and ease of use are why I think a lot of people like Box, including ourselves. Basically, we're concerned about what information is being sent to Box, so we use a lot of the Box governance features to make sure that what is being sent to Box is appropriate. If it is not appropriate, it is not allowed to be sent. It is also pretty easy to use. It is the easiest to use for customers and for technologists.
Integration within the solution is very good.
You can move workloads in between sub-servers so that you don't overload a portion of the server.
It's a very good solution.
Most of our customers are very fond of the upgraded smart user interface.
The most valuable feature is that the documents are kept secure.
The most valuable features of this solution are the security, storage, and document search capability.
Using M-Files means anybody on the executive team to go in and immediately look at a dashboard and know the status of a contract.
This is a very complete and powerful solution.
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