New Data-Sharing Software Makes Working Easier

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<p><strong>Antioch, Tenn. &mdash; June 1 </strong><br />Antioch Software has released Virtual Documents, an innovative data-sharing software designed to improve<br />team collaboration and data security. <br /><br />Virtual Documents easily integrates into any .NET application, allowing all members of the team to store their communal project data in one central location so the&nbsp; can more efficiently share, edit and organize files in real time.<br /><br />Virtual Documents software is fully localizable. It can accommodate and display all the most common scripts, languages and formats, including documents, e-mails, PDFs, spreadsheets, images and presentations.</p><p>The intuitive and familiar folder/file structure of the interface makes Virtual Documents one of the easiest document-sharing programs to learn and use.<br /><br />Virtual Documents addresses growing concerns over data security, both inside and outside the company. </p><p>A project coordinator has control over which team members get read-write and read-only access, so documents can be amended by designated individuals only.<br /><br />In addition, 256-bit encryption ensures only those with<br />authorization can access Virtual Documents data. So, in case of theft, sensitive data won&#39;t fall into the wrong hands. </p><p>In case of a server crash, the regularly backed-up files easily are recovered and reinstalled so work can continue quickly without data loss.<br /><br />Companies enjoy an added sense of control over critical information because Virtual Documents runs on their in-house system and not online.</p>

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