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Published: 18 Oct 2012

Enterprise digital rights management is one of the most powerful data security tools in our arsenal, but it's also one of the most complex and difficult to integrate into workflows. Also called enterprise rights management and information rights management, it allows an organization to set granular, highly secure policies around who is able to read, change or share sensitive documents. Unlike many of our other data security tools, EDRM is embedded in our documents, and thus protects the data no matter where it moves. But this power comes with a cost—and not merely the pricetag. Such granularity can be difficult to configure, and such portability difficult to integrate into your environment. EDRM today also relies heavily on user interaction, which means workflow changes; and anytime you change the way a user performs their job you face serious adoption friction. As a result we often see enterprise digital rights management deployed at the workgroup level, where it is highly effective at protecting the most sensitive of documents. By following these best ... Access >>>

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