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CA Output Management Web Viewer (CA OM Web Viewer) delivers a web-based access point for the distribution and viewing of reports and related documents.
It allows you to define every aspect of access and to specify exactly how and when individuals can interact with your documents.

CA OM Web Viewer can reduce the costs associated with producing multiple hard copies of reports, while bringing greater security to your information. This solution also maintains your documents on the mainframe, allowing your users to view them but not to store them.

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Create and control strong credentials and user access to devices, networks, and applications with the N‑able™ Passportal™ solution. Elevate password and credential management with a solution that helps eliminate guesswork and busy work.

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CA Output Management Web Viewer (CA OM Web Viewer) is ranked 15th in Document Management Software while N-able Passportal is ranked unranked in Document Management Software. CA Output Management Web Viewer (CA OM Web Viewer) is rated 0.0, while N-able Passportal is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA Output Management Web Viewer (CA OM Web Viewer) is most compared with , whereas N-able Passportal is most compared with .

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