Radix is a document management system that stores your information in the cloud, allowing you to access it from anywhere in the world, and on any device with an internet connection. Radix ensures secure access to corporate data to an unlimited number of users within an organization, allowing retrieval of any document, anywhere, anytime.

What this means for you

One of the biggest questions we get is how pricing works with Radix. Unfortunately, this isn't a super straight forward question. The industry standard is paying by the gigabyte - meaning the more storage you use, the more your document management system costs. However, that sounds is a little misleading. While the total dollar amount of the bill increases, the cost-per-gigabyte decreases with the addition of more and more gigs. 

Using Radix also means that your data is stored in the cloud. Microsoft describes this as: "...a global network of servers, each with a unique function. The cloud is not a physical entity, but instead is a vast network of remote servers around the globe which are hooked together and meant to operate as a single ecosystem. These servers are designed to either store and manage data, run applications, or deliver content or a service such as streaming videos, web mail, office productivity software, or social media. Instead of accessing files and data from a local or personal computer, you are accessing them online from any Internet-capable device—the information will be available anywhere you go and anytime you need it."

PaperVision Enterprise

PaperVision Enterprise provides you with the software that underlies ImageSilo. You then can install it on your own web server and create your own web-accessible document management system. It looks, works and feels exactly like ImageSilo, but you provide all IT resources. You pay by the user license.

You also store all of your own information internally - on your own computers. So, if your computer has 500 GB of storage, you'll only be able to store 500 GB before you need to delete information off of your physical computer in order to store that new information.

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