|By Business Wire||
|July 23, 2014 04:11 PM EDT||
Accusoft today announces the release of Prizm Content Connect v9.0, the latest version of its industry-leading HTML5 document viewer. The enhanced version features a streamlined interface, responsive mobile viewing and quicker performance.
Robust, scalable and highly customizable, Prizm Content Connect is an application for securely viewing and sharing virtually every document or image file type on almost any end-user device, including desktop and mobile, without the need to download or install external players, plugins or apps. The “out of the box” product features web-based annotation, redaction and search tools for convenient collaboration on almost any document or image file, and protects all shared files through custom user permissions and SSL encryption.
Chief among the enhancements in version 9 is the option to scroll through the pages of a document. Scrolling enables users to navigate through a document more quickly and smoothly than traditional paging.
Scrolling contributes to an optimized mobile experience, as does the viewer’s new support for responsive web pages that adapt to fit mobile screen sizes. By enabling secure, fast viewing and collaboration on mobile devices, Prizm Content Connect v9 provides an affordable solution to the BYOD (bring your own device) challenge.
On the server side, Prizm Content Connect v9 features even quicker document loading and paging than in version 8, plus a new load balancer accessible through a representational state transfer (REST) entry point for easy integration with custom applications.
Acknowledged as the fastest, most feature-rich HTML5 viewer available, Prizm Content Connect is at work at Yahoo! and other tech-savvy companies as a viewing component for document preview, eDiscovery, records management and other applications.
For more information, visit http://www.accusoft.com/html5viewer.
Accusoft and Prizm are registered trademarks and Prizm Content Connect is a trademark of Accusoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Accusoft provides a full spectrum of document, content and imaging solutions as fully supported, enterprise-grade, best-in-class client-server applications, mobile apps, cloud services and software development kits (SDKs). The company’s HTML5 viewing technology is available to the enterprise as Prizm Content Connect, in cloud-based SaaS versions, and in a version optimized for SharePoint integration. Visit http://www.accusoft.com.
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