Compression of Microsoft Office, PDF and Image Files Without Zipping
- FILEminimizer Suite compresses unstructured files without zipping using balesio’s native format optimization technology.
- The software optimizes file structures and compresses pictures, graphics and objects directly within MS Office files, PDF files and images without changing the file format. The file can be opened and edited “natively” without prior decompression and preserve all visual quality and functionality.
- Optimized PowerPoint, Word, Excel, image and PDF files are much smaller, consume less storage space and are ideal for sharing and sending via email.
- With its transparent integration into Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes, MS Office, image and PDF attachments are automatically optimized directly before sending out.
- Easily integrated into document workflows, all FILEminimizer products provide significant storage capacity savings as well as network and bandwidth requirements.
- Works with PPT, PPTX, PPS, PPSX, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PDF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, and EMF files
- Through automatic native format optimization
- Reduces the size of unstructured files by 40-90%
- Optimization of PowerPoint, Word, Excel, image and PDF files
- Relieves email bandwidth, email servers & network traffic
- Reduces email data volume and growth rates of .PST (Outlook) and .NSF (Lotus Notes) files
Seamless Email Integration
- Automatic, transparent compression of email attachments
- 50 global configuration settings
- Hard and soft quota
- Seamless integration in user workflow
- Available for Microsoft Outlook 2003 – 2010 and Lotus Notes 6.x or higher
balesio’s native format optimization technology is a comprehensive set of content-aware native optimization algorithms developed for unstructured file formats such as PDF files, Microsoft Office files, PowerPoint presentations and images. Being a “native” process, the original file format is preserved making a subsequent rehydration or decompression unnecessary. Through its content aware optimization, unstructured files require 2-20 times less storage space. This leads to substantial storage gains and to an increased network performance.