The remote access most people use is simply to log in from home to their PC at work. This requires no extra setup or cost. However, if you have a laptop as your main machine, or use an iPad or iPhone, you may require internet or browser-based access to your main document store.
Worldox offers a number of remote access options in addition to the full-fledged Worldox Cloud (SaaS - Subscription based) offering. They all have in common that you must have Worldox Web Mobile installed on your networked system.
First, there is the pure browser-based Worldox Web Mobile. This is accessible by any browser from anywhere. This has decent basic functionality but also has a number of limitations, similar to most web-based programs. A recent Accellis blog provides an excellent description of the Worldox Web features and limitations.
To use Worldox Web Mobile you must have the Web Mobile server installed. In addition to the base cost of $995 ($200 maintenance), there is also a per-named-user fee of $49/user with $10 yearly maintenance. Overall, to set this up for 5 users will cost the firm about $1,500. If you only have one or two users that require remote access directly to Worldox (as opposed to remote access to their desktops) Worldox offers a hosted version for $30/user/month.
For major clients, Worldox Web Mobile can be used as a portal to a client’s documents (although there would be the per/user fee described above for each user set up this way). I have used this type of setup for several clients.
Once you have Web Mobile installed, there are free iPad and iPhone apps that you can download.
Lastly, if you have a few users who have Macs, there is a Mac client available for $199/user. One of the main attractions of the Mac client as against the iPad, is qualitatively better integration with Outlook.