Vitrium Updates and Rebrands ProtectedPDF as “Vitrium Security”
Vitrium Systems Inc., a developer of document security and digital rights management (DRM) software, has relaunched its flagship solution ProtectedPDF as “Vitrium Security.” The newly released solution brings Vitrium customers improved technology as well as a revamped user interface, with new branding, improved workflows, and faster processing speeds for document protection and user authentication.
The rebranding and product changes indicate the direction in which Vitrium is heading, and follow last year's release in which the product incorporated DRM technology with Microsoft Office and Outlook to expand beyond securing only PDF documents, said Susan Daly, CEO of Vitrium. There are additional plans for this year to further extend the content security platform with the addition of new file formats, including video and images, along with other developments, she noted.
According to the vendor, customers on ProtectedPDF's version 6 cloud-hosted solution have been upgraded to Vitrium Security, gaining access to the new interface to manage files, users and reports, and taking advantage of the improved processing power.
Large enterprises or companies that have integrated Vitrium's encryption and DRM technology with their own systems have been offered new installers and an upgrade path to the latest version. These large organizations can now take advantage of the improved technology and numerous other features added to the software over the past year – extensive analytical reports, protection of Office files, expanded DRM policies, and much more.
For enterprise users of Vitrium Security, improvements in the new version also include improvements in the software’s integration capabilities. Enterprises and larger publishers of digital documents now have access to improved APIs for integration with their existing document management and end-user credential systems. Vitrium's RESTful APIs are designed and structured to be used by customers' technical and IT teams. These in-house teams are familiar with their company's processes and workflows and can implement Vitrium's technology as they see fit. Companies can also leverage Vitrium's experienced Professional Services team to assist with the integration work and support them during this process.
For more information about Vitrium Security, visit www.vitrium.com.