Vaultize and its Scandinavian distributor ARJ Distribution will be exhibiting enterprise digital rights management (eDRM aka information rights management) with enterprise file sync & share (EFSS) at the Citrix User Group Sweden's conference at Aronsborg's conference hotels in Balsta on Tuesday, November 17th & Wednesday, November 18th.
Vaultize’s Chief Solutions Architect Gary Cooke will also be addressing the audience on the topic of “Information-centric security in perimeter-less world” on November 18 at 10:20am.
Vaultize and its Scandivanian distributorThe Swedish Citrix User Group Conference is a platform to showcase technical capabilities from security vendors like Vaultize. This conference is attended by technocrats across the region and is a great platform for technical interaction.
The exhibitor list consists of solution providers at the forefront of enterprise security and risk management. Here you will receive exclusive access to some of the world's leading technology and service providers in a variety of settings.
Vaultize is the only enterprise digital rights management and file sharing vendor that helps meet compliance, eDiscovery and data governance requirements while providing features like file sync & share, FTP replacement, virtual data room (VDR), control over email attachments, mobile collaboration and VPN-free anywhere access. Enterprises IT gets complete control and visibility over sensitive corporate data, irrespective of the device used for accessing and sharing that data – even in highly regulated and security-conscious verticals, including Fortune 500s.
With increased adoption of enterprise mobility, enterprise rights management is becoming very important. Enterprise IT needs to think beyond enterprise mobility management. Vaultize follows an innovative (US patent-pending) information-centric approach called Micro-containerization to enterprise rights management, which is independent of file formats and agnostic to applications and vendors. This approach has many benefits – technical, security-wise as well as commercial. Other DRM solution providers follow a vendor-dependant approach wherein they use Microsoft’s native DRM capabilities for MS-Office documents and Adobe’s DRM for PDF documents. This vendor-specific approach comes with many drawbacks.