Introducing RemoteScan - Securely scan documents in any virtual environment
Connect your document scanners and cameras to software hosted in Azure Cloud, Terminal Server/ VMware, or Citrix servers using RemoteScan. RemoteScan enables a secure document scanning workflow, ensuring that scanned images are never stored on the physical workstation but immediately transmitted to the server over the encrypted virtual channels. Additionally, RemoteScan solves the problem of document scanning network congestion by offering options to apply lossy or lossless compression and lock down scanner settings. RemoteScan Enterprise User Edition is licensed per user who needs to scan.
Use any number of scanners on a remote desktop network such as Azure Cloud, Terminal Server/RDSH, Citrix or VMware. Scanning software on the server will detect scanners at remote locations as if they are locally attached.
Use with all TWAIN- and WIA-compliant scanners or image capture devices, including high capacity sheet-fed scanners, check scanners, card scanners, ‘all-in-one’ devices, web cams, flatbed scanners, digital cameras, digital X-ray machines, and intraoral cameras.
Maintain the image quality of your scanned document without experiencing network congestion thanks to lossless and lossy compression options.
Use with all applications that can import from any camera or scanner using TWAIN image capture, including electronic medical records software, Hyland OnBase, Laserfiche, Adobe Acrobat, and Intuit QuickBooks, as well as custom applications. With RemoteScan, TWAIN-compliant applications can connect to WIA-or TWAIN-compliant scanners.
Because RemoteScan uses native Windows RDP, VMware PCoIP, and Citrix ICA/HDX protocols, it ensures that document scanning is supported, no matter what type of network your users have.
Adhere to compliance policies while enabling document scanning since scanned images are transmitted immediately to the server over encrypted virtual channels, never stored on the local end point. Easy to deploy and manage large installations.
Lock down scanner settings, including resolution, color depth, and image dimensions, even among various brands and models, to provide a consistent user experience and to eliminate network congestion.
Turn any scanner into a network scanner with optional scanner sharing. Enable users who do not have locally attached scanners to share a scanner, and save money on the number of scanners required for your organization.
You need only one license key for all of your users who scan. Licensing is not tied to the workstation.
Install in less than five minutes. Works out of the box.
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