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Document Delivery Portal

The portal provides an ideal solution for businesses that have a requirement to deliver documents in a quick, secure and auditable manner to their clients, such as those in the legal sector.

The fully branded 'Document Delivery Portal' enables users to drag and drop files in to M-Files, choose the client that they would like to share the document with and send them an email with a link to securely download the file. Also the clients could access a webpage and use the secure code to download the document.

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The Challenge

How do you send documents fast securely?

For businesses that have a requirement to send out documents and data to their clients, conventional methods of sharing data can have major drawbacks in terms of speed, cost and security. 

Traditional methods such as signed-for post can provide a secure way to send documents, but it's both expensive and slow.

Attaching documents to email is still a common way for organisations to share their documents. However this is an unsecure method and there have been a number of high profile cases of emails being hacked.

Dropbox is sometimes used by some employees as a way of sharing information. This method however, should cause a security concern for a business as, once the data is stored within Dropbox, it is not in control by the organisation and subject to international data laws as the data is stored in Amazon S3 cloud.

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Quick, secure and cost effective

Quick, secure and cost effective

All downloads are logged in the audit history and the sender will receive an email telling them that the document has been downloaded.

By implementing this solution your organisation stays in control of the data whilst showing clients that the data being shared with them is being delivered in a professional and secure way whilst also reducing costs of print and postage and any security concerns of public cloud such as Dropbox.   

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