Secure archiving and research

Audit compliance

Audit-compliant storage is required if you no longer want to hold on to paper documents or keep e-mails in your mailbox. We offer standard adapters to leading storage systems. Our Enterprise Content Management System d.3ecm is certified in accordance with the PS 880 standard on a regular basis.

Modern hard disk-based storage systems offer the same data reliability as optical storage media.

With the d.ecs storage manager, d.3ecm is equipped with standard adapters to more than a dozen of the leading storage systems, from Silent Cubes to NetApp. Metadata is stored in a leading SQL database while the cache is also stored in a high-performance in-memory DB, allowing quick and safe access. We offer different encryption options to guarantee secure communication between the back end and the clients.

Research

Daily tasks require employees to access a wide variety of different information that is available in various forms. Locating and providing information is the central task of every information system. Users want to be able to retrieve relevant information in as few steps as possible.

d.3ecm offers comprehensive support during your research.Each document or dossier in d.3ecm contains a variety of relevant metadata. That metadata enables users to search specifically for structured information such as invoice numbers. In addition to searching through metadata, d.3ecm features the ability to search through file contents and metadata, similar to “Google”.

That option is especially useful for research through unstructured information. It also allows users who only use the system occasionally to reach their goal quickly. d.3ecm offers research suggestions to filter for relevant information. You might know this feature from online shops such as Amazon.

If you so desire, each document is located within a dossier structure so that the user can conveniently navigate through the structure to retrieve the information they need or just to get a general overview.  All items can be saved as favorites, rendering repetitive research of the same information obsolete. The research parameters can also be saved as templates; users may then repeat their research at a later time and possibly gain new information.