People often ask us if you can still use UDOCX even if you have not migrated to a cloud-based infrastructure and are still using a traditional, on-premise installation of Microsoft SharePoint. YES, you can!
You can scan documents directly from your multifunctional scan/copy/print devices to on-premise MS SharePoint document libraries. We even support hybrid environments where some SharePoint destinations are local and some are cloud based. If you want find our more please click here.
Your UDOCX-enabled multifunctional communicates through the UDOCX cloud service to either SharePoint Online or a local, on-premise installation of Microsoft SharePoint.
Your employees may access your on-premise MS SharePoint services even when they are traveling or telecommuting (working from home). Because UDOCX connects to SharePoint using the credentials of the currently logged in user, all of the same connectivity rights are available to UDOCX during that session. The location of the SharePoint server, in the office or in the cloud, is completely transparent to the user, therefore if you can access your SharePoint services over the Internet, so can UDOCX. This also helps to explain why UDOCX does not require any on-premise software or hardware.UDOCX is a completely cloud-based service.
Is it secure?
UDOCX uses the same domain-level authentication and security that you are already using on a daily basis in your organization. Setting up UDOCX requires absolutely no security changes to your existing environment and it completely adheres to SharePoint’s security protocols. This ameks sure that all configurations are 100% compliant with any security policies that your organization/company may already have in place. UDOCX never grants a user more or less SharePoint access than they would normally have from their workstation at home of in the office.
In a nutshell, UDOCX is a cloud-based service that leverages the latent technology inherent in today’s multifunctional devices to provide seamless Microsoft SharePoint and Exchange integration, both on-premise and in the cloud.