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Oracle Documents Cloud Service R2 – Now Available!

Kellsey Ruppel
Principal Product Marketing Director
By: John Klinke, Oracle WebCenter Product Management

Business success depends on effective collaboration both inside and outside of your organization – with customers, partners, suppliers, remote employees – anytime, anywhere, on any device.

The latest release of Oracle Documents Cloud Service came out this week, and it delivers on this promise. With its fast, intuitive web interface and easy-to-use desktop and mobile applications, people can view and collaborate on files even when offline, keeping your organization running efficiently and your employees staying productive from any location.

Improved User Experience
Getting employees started on Oracle Documents Cloud Service has never been easier. New users now have access to welcome tours to educate them on how to use each client. Overlay help is also available to point out features. Welcome emails have been updated to provide new users extra guidance in getting started and the online help provides quick answers to frequently asked questions.

Enhanced Productivity
Improving productivity when it comes to content collaboration is one of the key objectives of Oracle Documents Cloud Service. Productivity improvements in this release can be seen across all the end-user applications – web , desktop, and mobile.  For quickly navigating to the most important files, you can now mark content as a favorite from the web UI and access all your favorite files with one click.  Another new capability is the ability to reserve content for editing so others are notified that you are working on it.  For mobile users, this release includes updated mobile apps with improvements around managing and sharing documents and folders from your smartphone and tablet. 

Increased Security

This release of Oracle Documents Cloud Service includes additional security around the use of public links for content sharing. Public links now have optional expirations dates for you to control how long links are active. You can have added security around your public links by setting up access codes, an 8-character or longer password that must be entered for anyone to access your link.

Seamless Integration
The Oracle Documents Cloud Service Developer Platform also saw numerous improvements in this release. Both the REST APIs and the embedded UI capabilities were enhanced to make it easier for customers and partners to integrate document-centric collaboration into existing applications and business processes. Developer platform enhancements include additional APIs for securely managing folders and fetching user information. For embedding Oracle Documents Cloud Service into other applications, enhancements include support for previewing documents and videos in an embedded iFrame as well as role-based embedded links.

Oracle Documents Cloud Service is Oracle’s next-generation content collaboration solution. Combined with Oracle WebCenter, you get a unified hybrid ECM solution for secure cloud-based content collaboration tied back to your ECM system of record, minimizing the costs, risks and complexity of managing your enterprise content.

Next-Gen ECM 
Oracle Documents Cloud Service delivers next-generation ECM  -- providing file synchronization and sharing capabilities. Employees need these functions to address the control and security your organization requires. Oracle Documents Cloud Service has to tools to provide the hybrid solution of secure cloud-based file sharing and collaboration, as well as on-premise ECM integration that embodies a Next Generation Content Management System. 

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