File manager provides the full set of standard file operations:
• Preview/Full screen view
• Edit text notes and office file documents
• Copy/Move/Local clone/Rename
• Send by e-mail (if enabled by policy)
• Open in 3rd party application (if enabled by policy)
Most of the operations are applicable for single or multiple files and folders
Multi-screen user interface
The multi-screen user interface is a unique feature which lets users open multiple files in separate “screens” and easily switch among them at any time by swiping the screens or by referencing a special scrollable ribbon with thumbnails.
Embedded Office suite
WorksPad provides all the power of document editing capabilities with embedded Polaris Office technology by Infraware to create and edit files in Microsoft Office formats: .doc/.docx, .exl/.xlsx, .ppt/.pptx. In contrast to bundled solutions, which require switching between separate applications, WorksPad provides enterprise users an all-in-one integrated environment and secure container for business information.
Text file editor for quick notes
WorksPad includes an embedded text note taker. The extended keyboard provides users with special keys for the text editing operations they use the most: rapid navigation by words, characters, and punctuation marks. All the notes are saved as text files that sincronize as other files with file resources.
Desktop for favorite documents
WorksPad provides a special multi-screen desktop to access and manage shortcuts for your favorite documents. All shortcuts are represented as thumbnails of documents for easy navigation and management. Users can visually sort and remove favorites, view a favorite in the File Manager preview window, and open favorites in separate screens
Web-client and user self-service portal for any form-factor
WorksPad provides users an adaptive Web-client with full product functionality that works on any device platform in any browser. The user self-service portal lets you register the enterprise file resources that your users will need (if they have access rights to the resource, of course).