Dave: So I click here. We have file information, which is pretty much says what type of application it is, size of it, what the cover of that file would like to be if it's a first page of a pdf; it will be a usual image of that first page, if not, it would have the title. And then if there's been some any imitations done on that particular file, it will show me who has done the imitations as well.
Dave: So that gives you the information on that file. Now, what else have we got here? If we wanted to move a particular file we can just open different folders, and to effectively do that, so it's a simple way to do it. If we wanted to rename it, for example, this particular file, you just type it in there, and that's does it.
And last but not least, if you wanted to delete that, and that will effectively spread across all of the applications, and of all of the users, that file will be no longer there.
Now, to give you a little bit of feedback, we have still a library, obviously, still stored on Amazon Service and the Cloud we can actually go, and find a file that you have deleted for up to 12 months by explicit instructions by a client in writing that, we can actually go into the Cloud and get that file.
Dave: If not, the library is absolutely secured. It's your library. I have no access whatsoever to that library. It's not as if a Stellar Library Staff can actually be looking into someone else's library you didn’t know in another country. It's a pure stand-alone product for you, for your organization. And I can only go there as I said, by explicit instructions of the client.