Liquid Machines has announced the general availability of its Document Control 5.0 DRM and 3.0 Email control that extends Microsoft's Rights Management Services (RMS) on Windows Server 2003. Snippets:
Liquid Machines Document Control extends Windows RMS policies to help enforce complete access and usage controls of content including, open, read, write, save, save as, print, print screen – as the content moves between different applications. User actions, such as distilling a rights-protected document to Adobe Acrobat, maintain the RMS policy. Liquid Machines enforces RMS protection on the derived Adobe Acrobat file while allowing reviewers to utilize Adobe’s annotation and commenting features – ensuring the original content remains unchanged.
Liquid Machines Email Control enhances Windows RMS to allow enterprise administrators to define email usage and delivery rules based on user groups and roles, and message content at the server level. Enterprise-defined policies are automatically applied at the e-mail gateway and are persistently enforced through the e-mail lifecycle. Attachments carry the protections even when saved independently of a message. Liquid Machines Email Control enhanced integration and enforcement capabilities enable integration with archiving solutions and enterprises to systematically decrypt and re-encrypt messages at the e-mail gateway to support content scanning, spam filters and anti-virus tools.