[On September 28 2010, Infotrieve] ... announced the release of the Mobile Library™ iPad app, the newest addition to [its] ... award winning suite of software for accessing and organizing enterprise content.
With the Mobile Library, users have secure access from anywhere to all corporate licensed electronic content and document repositories, as well as access to the world's largest collection of [science, technology and medical] STM content.
The Mobile Library is fully integrated with Infotrieve's Content SCM® content and rights management platform, and users can seamlessly switch from the iPad to their PC or Mac ... , as workspace is automatically synchronized across platforms. [snip]
To facilitate fast and intuitive access to content, users of the Mobile Library can organize personal collections containing virtually any type of content including PDFs, videos, images and audio. The Mobile Library automatically organizes and cross references files based on user defined tags, and allows users to search against these personalized tags to quickly locate content of interest.
To ensure up-to-the-minute awareness of newly published research, the Mobile Library offers a variety of automatic alerts using Infotrieve's collection of more than 50 million citations, along with unlimited RSS feeds for monitoring other key content sources. Users can also capture, tag and organize citations, abstracts and other items of interest for future research, review or purchase.
About Infotrieve, Inc.
Infotrieve is the global leader in business service solutions for information centers in large and middle-market corporations with substantial resources dedicated to research and development. Infotrieve’s expertise includes people, process and technology solutions for all elements of information center management, content licensing, document delivery, copyright compliance, reprints and eprints, usage analysis and collection management. [snip]
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