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File Manager

When Jamie McBurney finished the first alpha version of this module for our own internal testing, I was blown away.  Jamie captured the essence of basic file management seen in any major Operating System (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, etc) while keeping it responsive and intuitive. 

My favourite thing about this module: Since that initial alpha test, this module has continued to grow in functionality, yet has remained just as rock solid as it was from day one.

There's little wonder why this module is part of our Essential Suite.  It's a must-have, and it rocks!
Some customers that use this module: Everyone!
Industries that are well suited for this module: There is no limiting factor in the use of this module.  Every industry has a need for file management, whether its for uploading new product shots or sharing documentation over the web.  This module suits every application.
Associated module group: Essential

 

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