KnowledgeLake's Capture Server 2008

Learn how Capture Server 2008 by KnowledgeLake provides a simplified way to add Microsoft SharePoint scanning capability to any network capture device.

KnowledgeLake Inc. promises a simplified way to add Microsoft SharePoint scanning capability to any network capture device with its KnowledgeLake Capture Server 2008.

KnowledgeLake Capture Server lets IT administrators centrally administer and monitor office scanning with a decentralized scanning function and zero-touch install in branch offices. It has server-based capture workflow for document rendering as well as OCR and publishing prior to the release of SharePoint.

KnowledgeLake Capture Server 2008

Figure 1: KnowledgeLake Capture Server 2008

KnowledgeLake Capture Server 2008 includes the following features:

  • Powerful server-based batch management capabilities in KnowledgeLake Connect and KnowledgeLake Capture.
  • Viewable scanned documents that users can apply metadata to directly from their browsers.
  • Script server-side batch processing workflows for tasks like OCR, image processing and document renditioning.

System requirements: The software supports Microsoft Office Exchange Server 2007, SharePoint Portal Server 2003.

Pricing: Sells for $7,995 per server.

This was first published in February 2009

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