LATISTA 15.1 Release Notes

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What’s New in Latista Cloud v15.1

New Features

Support for Third Party Cloud Storage

Working with outdated drawings? From Latista, you can automatically access your project folders in real time from ShareFile, Box, Sharepoint (basic and NTLM authentication models only), or any third party cloud service that supports Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV). You can even enforce the same role-based access control policies as you use in Latista.   Your team will have access to the latest version of project documents no matter where the documents are stored.

GoodReader and Bluebeam Support

Your project engineers can now use GoodReader and Bluebeam to access, read and update your files on the Latista Cloud.   This will ensure a single source of the truth during the design and construction phases.

New Cloud PDF Viewer

Tired of downloading plugins? The new and enhanced Cloud PDF Viewer is now available in Latista and works without a plugin. Users will experience faster rendering and performance of drawings and documents.  You can now also mark up documents stored in third party cloud storages using the new Cloud PDF Viewer.  For convenience, users can switch back to the previous PDF Viewer at any time.

Security Enhancements

Account Temporarily Disabled

To prevent brute force attacks, Latista accounts will be temporarily disabled after too many incorrect password attempts.  However you can reset your password at any time.

GSA SBU 3490.1A Compliance

Pursuing government construction projects? Latista is compliant with GSA SBU 3490.1A directive for government construction projects, which may contain sensitive but unclassified (SBU) information. Upon request, Latista can move project documents on independent hard drive that can be extracted and returned to project owner.

Miscellaneous Enhancements

By popular request, multiple files can easily be attached to an area tree with a click of a button. On Google Chrome, multiple folders can be uploaded via Upload Folder command.  (For other browsers, Open OS’s Files command can be used to upload folders).


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