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New features in kiteworks include document watermarking, view only and file withdraw capabilities
Accellion, Inc., the pioneer in providing secure enterprise solutions that improve mobile productivity, today announced new user-friendly, integrated digital rights management (DRM) features for its kiteworks solution, including the ability to control the viewing, copying and altering of shared documents. Corporations and government agencies are increasingly concerned about enterprise data leakage and the new kiteworks features provide additional security control over the sharing of sensitive and confidential information in an easy to use mobile-first design.
The new features include the ability to share a file in a View Only mode with document watermarking and full-content search. Recipients of the file cannot download, forward, or copy and paste any part of the file. In addition, kiteworks now also includes the ability to withdraw files, an extremely useful feature when a sender makes a mistake, either by sending a file to the wrong recipient or sending the wrong file.
“With an increasingly mobile workforce, enterprise organizations are in urgent need of new enhanced solutions that protect confidential information as it is being accessed and shared on a whole new class of mobile devices,” said Vidhya Ranganathan, SVP of Product, Accellion. “Our new DRM features add to kiteworks’ extensive enterprise security features already available, including a three-tier private cloud architecture as well as data segregation, and is consistent with our goal of delivering a solution that provides robust data security that enhances, rather than hampering, business productivity.”
The new DRM features in kiteworks that add significant security enhancements are:
"To drive collaboration and productivity in a mobile world, IT needs to provide employees with solutions that are easy to use and provide a consumer-like experience, while providing IT the controls necessary to ensure corporate data is managed and protected. If the tools are difficult to use, employees will find their own solutions, which introduces risk into an organization," said Terri McClure, Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group. "The new Accellion kiteworks features provide DRM-like security, while still maintaining a user-friendly feel, which should help keep consumer solutions out of the enterprise."
Launched earlier this year by Accellion, kiteworks offers a mobile-first design with integrated productivity tools for secure creation, editing, annotation and sharing of content on mobile devices including universal access to enterprise content stores, including SharePoint, Windows File Shares, Documentum and OpenText. With kiteworks, organizations are able to realize mobile productivity gains while benefitting from the security controls and features of an enterprise-grade solution.
These features will be generally available in June. To learn more about kiteworks secure, private cloud file sharing and mobile collaboration capabilities visit our site.
Accellion, Inc. provides secure access to enterprise content wherever it is stored to enable increased enterprise productivity and ensure data security and compliance. Accellion, Inc. is the leading provider of private cloud solutions offering enterprise organizations the scalability, flexibility, control and security to enable a global workforce with the tools they need to securely create, access and share information, wherever work takes them. Accellion solutions are used by more than 12 million users and 2,000 of the world’s leading corporations and government agencies including Procter & Gamble; Indiana University Health; Kaiser Permanente; Lovells; Bridgestone; Harvard University; US Securities and Exchange Commission; and NASA. For more information please visit www.accellion.com or call (650) 485-4300. Follow Accellion’s Blog, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
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