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Server-based Document Management Solution

11 May, 2004

Server-based Document Management Solution

The e-STUDIO KS-1000 is Toshiba’s first internally developed server-based document management solution for the company’s MFPs. The use e-STUDIO KS-1000 was designed to help small workgroups of five to 10 users distribute, manage and organize documents, with the capability to serve user groups of up to 50 people dependent upon user demand. Archival and retrieval of both paper-based and electronic documents are the core features of the e-STUDIO KS-1000. The solution is built on a compact Toshiba appliance server with pre-installed software, requiring only simple configuring to join the product to the user’s network. Once installed, users can scan and archive paper-based documents, with the system performing optical character recognition (OCR) and creating an ‘index’ of all the words contained in the documents. Electronic documents also can be added and archived, and keywords can be added to a document’s archive file for retrieval capabilities beyond word content alone. The solution is compatible with Toshiba’s e-STUDIO350 and 450 monochrome MFP and the e-STUDIO3511 and 4511 color-enabled MFP. Additionally, e-STUDIO 550/650/810 users with GL 1020 controllers and users of the e-STUDIO28/35/45 with GL 1010 also can fully utilize the benefits of the e-STUDIO KS-1000. Future MFPs developed by TABS will be designed specifically for compatibility with the solution. Other features include version control capabilities and check-in/check-out features for document creation collaboration and annotation capabilities. The e-STUDIO KS-1000 has a suggested list price of $5,200. For more information, call 1 800 GO TOSHIBA or visit www.copiers.toshiba.com.

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