Comm-Unity EDV has introduced KOI Solutions, a cloud-based solution for task and document management. The service enables access to Office documents, PDF files, pictures, voice memos or tasks – and from any Internet-enabled device, whether PC, MAC, iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone. Prices start from 29 euros per year.
KOI Solutions is an offer of the Austrian provider Comm-Unity EDV and sees itself as a cloud-based task and document management system. The service lets you manage tasks and create to-do lists, as well as offload Office documents, PDFs, images, and voice notes to the cloud.
In this way, all information of a project is centrally available and at any time retrievable from an Internet-enabled terminal. The service is available in three different editions for Windows, MacOS, iPhone and Android smartphones.
KOI TASKS is suitable for projects and tasks and includes functions such as follow-up, Smartfolders or Outlook integration and is available for the price of 29 euros per year. This includes a storage volume of 50 MB.
KOI DOCS includes all the features of KOI TASKS and offers additional document filing / management and scheduling options, and costs 89 Euros per year for a storage volume of 2 GB.
Finally, KOI Gold sees itself as a business solution and offers additional delegation functions, archiving, workflow management, organizational and role models and can be operated as a cloud service, but also on its own IT. Prices called the provider on request.
Virtual Directory for IP terminals from Alcatel-Lucent
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Direct access to live address data
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Program internal LDAP server
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