One thing is clear, online document readers have strong opinions about DRM and how much security is tolerable. Surveying comments on Adobe’s ePublishing blog, we found several interesting posts that reflect common attitudes to DRM. Bill McCoy, General Manager of the ePublishing Business at Adobe sums up the middle ground in this debate:Read More
Are all digital rights management (DRM) software created equal? What if there is a solution that offers more than just document security? Protectedpdf recently released a new analytics dashboard with eight (more on the way!) unique reports that provide content owners with insightful information on their documents and readers.Read More
The Panama Papers represents the biggest data breach ever recorded with 11.5 Million files stolen from the 4th largest offshore law firm, Mossack Fonseca. The breach uncovered the inside scoop on a corrupt financial system that helped the powerful and wealthy shift their assets around undetected by government bodies and tax agencies.Read More
This is a continuation of 6 Steps to Creating Positive Reader Experiences – Part 1. For some content providers, leaving documents unprotected is simply not an option. However, it is difficult to create document security systems that do not frustrate readers. Document security, inexpertly applied, can quickly become a deterrent for readers, especially as many people often feel they can[...]Read More
New add-in will allow document owners to protect and track their Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files with Vitrium's document security and analytics solution.
[PRWeb | Vancouver, BC, June 6, 2016] Vitrium announced today that its popular document security solution, Protectedpdf, will be expanding beyond PDF files with the upcoming release of a Microsoft Office add-in that will allow[...]Read More
Content publishers and marketers have always had a love/hate relationship with DRM.
Things that they hate: DRM, content security, gating content, and usernames & passwords.
Things that they love: analytics, metrics, data, reader consumption, document value.
Content producers want their content to be read and enjoyed. They want to bring value to the reader and increase revenue or exposure[...]Read More
Are you concerned about someone stealing your intellectual properties? Have you ever considered that you could be losing on potential revenue due to copyright infringement and piracy? Do you publish your content online without digital rights management (DRM)? If your answer is yes to any of these questions then read on.Read More
WebWorks and Vitrium Systems would like your help! We are hoping to get your opinion on a new business partnership that may benefit your business – but you’ll need to tell us! Start Survey You invest in Web Works so that you can create beautiful content. No other technology allows you to convert your single-source documentation to 16 different premium outputs with just one click. But you[...]Read More
Due to the widespread availability of free information online, readers expect to be able to share the content they have and often measure the relative ease of access to new documents against documents with no DRM at all. In this context, it is difficult to create document security systems that do not frustrate readers. Document security, inexpertly applied, can quickly become a deterrent for[...]Read More
“Vitrium Security offered everything we needed for our digital content security and distribution needs. With this solution, we now feel secure in distributing our research reports online, knowing they are protected no matter where they go.” - Aggie Taylor, iData Research
It's easier than ever to share content and your readers could be freely distributing your materials without consent, cutting into your revenue streams. While you want to protect your content against uncontrolled distribution, it's also important to maintain a positive user experience so you don't lose customers or subscribers.Read More
Vitrium recently partnered with Eloquent, who provides knowledge management professionals with software systems for organizing information about physical and digital assets. The seamless interface between Eloquent and Vitrium’s Protectedpdf allows their customers to include highly sensitive documents in the same Eloquent database as other resources that are promoted to the general public.[...]Read More
Cloud computing and cloud applications have become popular over the past decade; however, many misconceptions about cloud services still remain. Below, I will go over a list of the most common misunderstandings about cloud services. The cloud is not securedRead More
“There is a vast amount of intellectual property (IP) that goes into our reports and it is incumbent that we protect it. Vitrium Security not only protects our content but we can also track user activity via the audit log, which provides very useful information for us.” - Denis Komov, Data[...]
The process of adopting an accessibility policy in any part of your business can be an overwhelming undertaking. It may mean uprooting already firmly established workflows and investing in new technologies. When it comes to document management and online publishing, accessibility often times means compatibility. It’s about being compatible with whatever devices and applications readers[...]Read More
[PRWeb | Vancouver, BC, March 29, 2016] Vitrium announced today that the latest release of its document security solution, Protectedpdf version 6.0 includes new document analytics features and increased compatibility with read-out-loud applications for the visually impaired.Those who distribute PDF-based content, such as training materials, research reports, financial documents, manuscripts,[...]Read More