Publish from Lotus Quickr
This video will show how easy it is to publish content from Lotus Quickr to Alfresco. Using the ‘Publish to External Location’ menu command the user can select the location to publish to. Three options are available:
- Publish to Alfresco and keep a link in Lotus Quickr
- Create a copy
- Move the document to Alfresco
Project sites within Alfresco Share can be browsed to review the documents, alternatively links can be followed directly from within Lotus Quickr to find the latest version of a document.
Enterprise Library Viewer
Alfresco can be mapped to the Lotus Quickr Enterprise Library Viewer. After entering a valid User ID and Password, users can browse the various project based document libraries managed by Alfresco. Documents can be previewed using the integrated flash viewer.
Integration with SharePoint
Support for the Microsoft SharePoint protocol enables users to access Alfresco directly from Microsoft Office products (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, etc.). Users can upload documents, review document versions, and share documents with other users. Documents added will automatically be available within Lotus Quickr in the Enterprise Library Viewer.
Support for Records Management
The Alfresco Records Management module extends Records Management support to Lotus Quickr. An integrated virtualised IMAP server provides support for IMAP email clients and allows users to Drag n’ Drop emails and documents into the Records Management repository. A multi stage declaration process allows important information (metadata) to be added after filing and then the documents t be declared as vital records. Context sensitive menus allow users, with the right security levels, to run RM functions (i.e. freeze a document).
Lotus Notes Connector
Integration with Lotus Notes allows content stored inside Alfresco to be accessible within Lotus Notes. Users can check out, open, edit content and check in documents. Simple drag and drop allows users to forward documents stored and managed by Alfresco from within the Lotus Notes client.
Check the Technical Preview page for more information about the Alfresco Content Services for IBM Lotus