More and more users are relying on their mobile smartphones
and tablets to continue working outside of the office. We want to help
businesses--large and small--achieve flexibility and agility in the way their
users can work for maximum productivity and success, anywhere at any time.
For users who rely on access to content this means giving
them the means to browse all the content they have access to, ability to easily
search for material, ability to discuss and act on content, and the ability to
take content offline directly on their mobile devices.
Oracle Documents Cloud Service (DOCS) offers mobile users apps for both iOS and
Oracle Documents Cloud Service allows you to:
access, view and manage your files on your mobile device
content offline, ensuring that you always have access to your most important
pictures, documents and videos to quickly sync across devices and share with
folders with other colleagues directly from your mobile device
public links that can be set to expire on a given date or protected with an
files you are editing to avoid conflicts
review and edit files from other apps installed on your mobile device
a Passcode for your application
· It is worth noting that all content is encrypted during
transmission and when downloaded to your mobile device local storage.
Today’s post focuses on maximizing the protection of your
enterprise’s content by ensuring you use of application level passcode
Much like our security codes on mobile devices, Passcodes are four-digit numbers that you set to
lock the app when you're not using it.
If you leave your device unattended and don't
return within a specified time, you must enter the passcode. This helps to
prevent unauthorized access to the app if your device is left active where others could use
it. After five unsuccessful attempts, any content you have stored locally will be
wiped from the device.
1. Swipe the Browse
screen to the right to show the navigation panel.
2. Tap to access your
3. Tap Passcode Lock in
the Security section.
4. Tap Turn Passcode On.
5. Enter the four digits
to use as a passcode. Enter the digits again for confirmation.
6. Tap Require Passcode
and choose the amount of time that has to pass before you need to enter the
passcode. For example, if you choose After 1 minute, then you leave the app and return after more than
one minute, you have to enter the passcode to use the app again.
1. Tap to open the navigation panel, then tap to access your settings.
the Security section, tap Enable Passcode.
the four digits to use as a passcode, then re-enter the digits to confirm.
Prompt for Passcode and choose the amount of time that has to pass before you
need to enter the passcode.
Oracle Documents Cloud Service, thus, enables you to securely share and store your files using your
mobile device anywhere, everywhere.
Hope you enjoyed this post. We will continue to explore the myriad of things you can do directly from your mobile device using Oracle Documents Cloud Service. Meanwhile, if there is a particular topic you would be interested in, do let us know.