As a package, Organyze offers a wide range of features that can simplify things and improve efficiency while enabling you to interact with your team members and with people outside your organization on an as-needed basis.
You can use Organyze offline as well as online, and configure it so that selected folders or sub-folders may be accessed both online and offline while you maintain other folders entirely offline to keep the costs down and to reduce the risks of online work
What does this mean?
It means that you
- Work within the safety and security of your offline environment (which you control completely),
- While having the added advantage of moving files to and from the Cloud for sharing with others and to enable others to share files with you,
- While also creating the space to have text and voice conversations with colleagues and with people you do business with.
But that’s just the ways in which you use Organyze. Now see what Organyze helps you do:
- Manage your files and folders both offline and online;
- Use its text-to-speech facility to convert your typed text to spoken content;
- Use its speech-to-text facility to convert your spoken content to written text;
- Video conferencing with people in your organization and outside
- Tag your files – automatically, and manually, whenever you wish, with personal tags – so as to help you find files very quickly in your machine, or from across the contents of a network of computers;
- Automatically synchronize selected folders from offline to online and online to offline.
- Back-up the content including text, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, image, video, and other such files; to ensure that selected folders are automatically synchronized between their offline and online states of additions, modifications, and updating;
- To enable selective sharing of files with other users in the group of Organyze users;
- To enable backing up one or multiple copies of selected folders in a selected location in the user’s machine or in the local area network, or in the Cloud, with the option to back up several disparate folders or sub-folders from disparate locations in a machine into one single location so as to facilitate quick recovery, among other things.
- Some of the biggest online Cloud services have been hacked.
- In July 2020, UK cybersecurity company Sophos, which did a survey of more than 3,200 IT managers, reported that 70% of companies using big cloud computing vendors were hacked or exposed data in the previous year.
- These incidents included attacks from ransomware and other malware (50%), exposed data (29%), compromised accounts (25%), and cryptojacking (17%).
- The vendors included the biggest Cloud services in the world.