We’ve recently released a new document analytics tool – equipped with an awesome colorful and drillable dashboard – and our clients will use them to understand how their readers are consuming the secure content they distribute. Cool stuff. Nowadays, analytics and understanding the metrics are absolutely key to success in any business regardless of size – there is so much data…it can be a[...]Read More
“Without a solution like Vitrium Security, the business plan wouldn’t have been viable. As a result of our implementation of the secure digital library and other initiatives, TitleVest has been voted New York's Best Title Agency for the fourth consecutive year." - Brian Tormey, President, TitleVest
Today Vitrium System’s announced that KMWorld, a leading publisher in the knowledge management, content management and document management markets, selected its document security solution Protectedpdf v6 as one of its Trend-Setting Products of 2016. Each year, KMWorld organizes a panel of[...]
Vitrium has always been in the business of helping companies protect their revenue generating documents and content. The bulk of our business comes from this source and our business is growing so this tells me that the need for protecting revenue generating content is growing, too. One way that has become really popular for online publishers to generate[...]Read More
The publishing industry continues to grow, driven by the penetration of eBooks into the marketplace, making eBook security and protecting intellectual property a priority in preventing loss of revenue due to piracy. The ability to protect eBook products is key in fighting piracy, the unauthorized use or reproduction of another’s work that has become an increasingly serious issue for[...]Read More
The cloud is officially part of our IT infrastructure in the enterprise now. It’s no longer a question of “what do you use for online file sharing?” It’s a given. People are using them…at work, for work….and they are here to stay. Enterprise IT security now needs to address the use of such file sharing sites such as Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, and many others as they present additional[...]Read More
All documents aren’t created equally, as we know. Some documents are more valuable to your company than others. Some have information that you wouldn’t mind letting out into the “wild wild web”, and some have highly sensitive data and information that would be highly damaging if it was released into the wild.Read More
Document security and secure file sharing solution provider, Vitrium, releases beta of encryption add-in for Microsoft Office.
[PRWeb | Vancouver, BC, July 19, 2016] Vitrium announced today the latest release of its document protection and secure file sharing solution, Protectedpdf, which includes a beta version of the highly anticipated add-in for Microsoft Office that allows document[...]Read More
Learn how you can start protecting your Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files and send encrypted files in Outlook with Vitrium's office add-in for its document protection and secure file sharing solution, Protectedpdf.Read More
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