Unlimited security was interested in any company documents that must protect them or should and the excuse for me for your documents (3.Teil), but nobody, does not apply. Invisibility on the Internet does not exist! Due to the strong network of companies with customers, service providers and contractors the classic protection with firewalls, virus scanners, spam filters, and access permissions of the operating system is no longer sufficient. A logical extension of the safety concept consists in the use of IRM. One security is not achieved by building fences, one gains security by opening doors. “U.Kekkonen, Finn. Politician the solution: information rights management giving you all people all documents, but you determine what who, how, when and that no matter where the document is located.
3. what documents are worthy of protection? First: In every company, there is valuable information, because the legislature so requires it, or for the company would mean it as a financial or reputational damage. Now, ask yourself whether You have also valuable documents? This question comes up time and again and allow you time to show me: be protected everything the legislature (BDSG) has laid down must (personal data) and also what not to read at the bus stop outside your Office or Wikileaks. In all these documents you should worry about their safety. What file formats are supported? Basically you can seal everything. The question is whether integration of IRM functionality in the corresponding applications, so that the protection of documents for end users without significant effort. For the best security measures are useless if the user doesn’t apply it because their handling is too costly. That support most file formats are: all MS Office documents (doc, docx, xls, xlsx, PPT, PPS, PPT,…), PDF, pure text-based formats (txt, csv, xml, html), graphic formats (JPEG, BMP, TIFF, GIF), open Office documents (ODT, ODS, ODP, ODF, ODG), engineering design (DWG, DXF, DWF,), all IRM systems that supports MS Office, PDF, text – and the most popular graphic formats.