AUSTIN, Texas, July 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- CodeLathe, the provider of FileCloud, the IT industry's most innovative Enterprise File Sharing and Sync platform, announced today the immediate availability of a FileCloud extension for users of Google Chrome. This new and amazingly easy-to-use extension enables users to save documents, images, and screen captures directly from Chrome to FileCloud.
By using the FileCloud for Chrome extension, FileCloud users can now save, and easily share information while working within Chrome by selecting content and then opening the right click context menu in Chrome and then selecting the "Save to FileCloud" option.
"This announcement is yet another example of delivering the most innovative enterprise file sync and share software anywhere in the industry," said Madhan Kanagavel, CEO of CodeLathe. "Nearly everyone is logged into a web browser throughout the day. The ability to share and save work product directly from Chrome will ensure that organizations will remain collaborative and highly efficient."
FileCloud is the leading, self-hosted, on-premise file sharing, sync and mobile access for businesses. FileCloud client apps are available for the leading desktop and mobile operating systems such as Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, and now Chrome.
According to W3Schools.com and Stat Counter, Chrome has been used by anywhere between 44-to-71 percent of the browser market .Among the many reasons for Chrome's popularity is that it has one of the largest libraries of extensions and add-ons that enhance the browser's ability to do what you want it to do.
Using FileCloud Chrome Extension:
Saving documents, images and screen shots of web pages is now simple when using Google Chrome web browser. You can just right click on any content and save it to FileCloud.
The FileCloud Chrome extension is particularly useful for teams who work closely together in areas such as product research, market research, web design, and others.
Here's an outline of how simple it is to use FileCloud for Chrome:
- Install the extension in your browser. Once the extension is installed, set your FileCloud site URL and click connect. If you have not logged into your FileCloud portal, you need to first login. The default upload path for files is My Files. But you can choose another folder.
- You can take page screenshot by selecting the "Save entire page ScreenShot" option. The screenshot is automatically uploaded to your FileCloud target directory that you specified.
- You can right click on an image, and save it to FileCloud.
- You can right click in any document, and save it to FileCloud.
- You can right click on any file, and save that file to FileCloud. While saving, you can also rename the file name and change the destination folder
FileCloud for Chrome extension can be downloaded at no charge by visiting: Chrome Web Store.
FileCloud is currently used by more than a thousand businesses across 65 countries including world's leading universities, research organizations, government entities, and enterprises. For more information or to download FileCloud, please visit www.getfilecloud.com.
CodeLathe is an Austin, Texas-based developer of private cloud file sharing solutions that enable users to access, sync and share files from their own computers, and servers to any desktop or mobile device. Founded in 2008, the company offers two products -- Tonido for consumers and FileCloud for businesses -- that are used by millions of customers around the world, ranging from individuals to Global 2000 enterprises, educational institutions, and government organizations and managed service providers. For more information, visit www.getfilecloud.com.
Media Contact: Madhan Kanagavel