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Matrix Logic brings OpenText editor to Macs with Share
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 @ 6:11pm

Matrix Logic today released Share, a full Mac client for OpenText eDOCS systems. The new client gives Mac users a fully functional DMS client with access to an organization's eDOCS system, providing sharing, accessibility, and content creation features, as well as the ability to interface with existing Matrix Logic WirelessDMS clients for the iPad and iPhone. Share's full functionality compliments that found in a traditional Windows eDOCS client, leveraging MLC's Device Server technology for improved speed and performance for eDOCS systems.



The announcement means that Matrix Logic's WirelessDMS and Share lineup now support Mac OS X, iOS, BlackBerry OS, and Android platforms. Share was announced at the OpenText Enterprise World conference in Orlando, Florida, along with additional enhancements to Matrix Logic's WirelessDMS Suite. It will be available as a free downloadable app from Matrix Logic's website.

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