iManage Work Administrator Help

This document provides information for working with iManage Control Center (iCC). It presents information and concepts required for iManage Work system administrators. The first two sections (Key Concepts, and Using iManage Control Center) focus on either on concepts for use with the iCC, or the specific operations within the iCC. The last section (Using iManage Work Clients) includes other topics, such as working the iManage Work clients. Additional topics may be found in the iManage Cloud Technotes section of the iManage Support Center.

Key Concepts introduces important ideas and terms used throughout the iManage Work system, such as containers and documents, or understanding the relations between roles and privileges. The topics also introduce and define important terms. This is a good starting place to learn about them if you are new or unfamiliar with the iManage Work system administration. When possible, the concepts are linked to procedures, such as those than can be performed in the iManage Control Center.

Using iManage Control Center is a set of step-by-step procedures for using the control center. They are presented in the same groupings and order as in the control center screen.

Deploying and Configuring iManage Work Clients is a series of procedures for setting up and using the different iManage Work clients, such as for Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh. There are procedures for integrating other products, like Gmail, with those clients.

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iManage Work Cloud Fundamentals

This 3-day course provides an in-depth study of the features and functionality of the iManage Work 10 clients and the associated administrative utilities, including the Web-based iManage Control Center. Emphasis is placed on customizing and monitoring an iManage Work Cloud environment. This course also delves into implementation strategies, template design, and client customization recommendations. (Click here to download the course outline.)