FREE Document Approval for iManage
OIA is pleased to announce that iManage Work customers can now implement a Document Approval process for FREE* using WorkflowGen, a leading workflow and process management tool. WorkflowGen is a full function workflow creation tool that offers the creation of Forms and Business Rules without the need for programming. OIA’s Document Approval for iManage process provides users with an easy right-click option from their usual iManage Work interface (DeskSite or FileSite), which allows users to select deadlines, reviewers and provide instructions before sending the workflow on its way. For a quick look at the capabilities please watch this video.
The process for implementing this FREE workflow is simple. Visit this page to download a fully functional version of WorkflowGen, then contact OIA for details on how to get the Document Approval process and assistance with installing it into your iManage Work environment. Click here for more information on WorkflowGen for iManage. Document Approval is just one of the many possibilities of using WorkflowGen with iManage. See how OIA's Work Assist can enhance efficiency throughout your organisation.
*FREE version of WorkflowGen subject to Advantys licence terms and conditions; OIA Document Approval for iManage provided on an as-built basis; Support Packages available for implementation, training and process modifications.
iManage Threat Manager is now available
iManage Threat Manager protects your sensitive data by identifying malicious attacks (phishing attacks or impersonation of an actual user) or internal threats with the highest levels of accuracy and efficiency. By leveraging historical and contextual information in iManage Work, iManage Threat Manager uses adaptive behavioural modelling and machine learning to detect, investigate and respond to attacks that compromise sensitive information, with minimal “false positives”. It can easily push alerts and supporting information into a security information and event management (SIEM) solution to create an integrated attack timeline.
For further information, contact OIA.
iManage Security Policy Manager is now available
Security Policy Manager allows you to manage your global security policies, including ethical walls and barriers, to meet today’s increasing demands. Integration with iManage Work ensures that security policies can be instantly established, adjusted and removed, all without refile or reindexing of documents and workspaces. This ensures there are no delays in new documents appearing in search results. Security Policy Manager is also able to secure content across a wide range of non-iManage repositories, including network file shares, and time and billing systems. Maintaining access can be the responsibility of the IT service desk or the matter owner or their delegate, with full auditing of all changes.
For further information, contact OIA.
Advisory for Exchange 2010 and Communications Server 9.2 and higher
iManage have reported an issue for sites running Exchange 2010 whereby emails may disappear from Microsoft Outlook folders after linking Outlook folders to iManage folders. If you believe you are affected by this issue, you can read the following or contact OIA.
Desktop Clients 9.3.2 – this version (target release date end of April) will include all updates (CSAR) released since 9.3.1, along with a number of additional fixes.
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Tips and Tricks
Protected Mode for NRLs
In the Desktop Clients 9.2 and above, NRLs to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents now open in Protected View mode as standard with Office 2010 and above. The behaviour is configurable via the registry - in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Nrl\Shell\open\Command, replace
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Interwoven\WorkSite\Nrl.exe" /IManExt3.ProtectedOpenCmd /l "%1"
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Interwoven\WorkSite\Nrl.exe" /iManext.opencmd /l "%1"
New Registry Key Configures Name for Non-NRL Documents Mailed to Customers
Previously, the registry key NRLFileFormat applied to both NRL links and documents. The Desktop Clients 9.3 and above include a new registry key with a string value of FileFormat that can be added under the following paths:
For x86: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Interwoven\WorkSite\8.0\Common\Option
This approach will allow users to send or export documents with names that are more meaningful to other people. You can format this string just like NrlFileFormat, which can be a combination of AttributeID and zero or more common characters. For details on configuring this key, please refer to the Desktop Clients Customization Guide.
For further information on any of the above, please contact OIA on +61 8 9223 1700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.