With IBM DB2 Document Management, businesses can work seamlessly with electronic office documents.
Compound documents are those composed of various components, such as a Word document with an embedded Excel spreadsheet. IBM’s DB2 Document Management can separately manage the various components of the document separately while maintaining the appropriate interrelationships.
With simple, menu-driven commands, users can control the state and security of a document throughout its entire lifecycle, managing changes and revisions.
The End-User Interface simplifies and extends user interactions with the document repository, with an explorer-like interface, foldering capabilities, complex searching and configuration control.
Integrate Seamlessly with business applications such as Microsoft® Office 2000 and XP, Lotus® Notes®, Microsoft Outlook, AutoCAD 2000 and above, MicroStation, AutoVue and Myriad with DB2 Document Management.
The Item Loader component enables secure document loading into DB2, allowing administrators and users to batch upload documents, and automatically detect document relationships.
DB2 Document Management provides the ability to support and manage multiple versions of various documents and objects.
Easy document access from ODMA V2.0-compliant Windows desktop applications.
Various content types can be identified by multiple authors or composers.
Restrict access to specific subsets of content to protect sensitive information.
Allow multiple remote locations to have local copies of centrally-stored documents.
Assign a Resource Manager as a LAN cache server, for superior location management of stored documents to provide quick access to content.