ArtistScope DRM is a total control solution for the Document Rights Management of documents, images and web pages where an author can assign different permissions per user or group of users. When DRM rights are assigned the document becomes "for their eyes only" and any copies of that document forwarded on cannot be viewed by others unless they also have rights of view.
ArtistScope DRM is the most secure solution imaginable. Tokens cannot be forged and certificates cannot be copied or redistributed. When a PDF is tagged for DRM each time the end user opens the document your database is checked for their rights of access.
Restrict which users or groups can view a document
Set a password for the document's encryption key
Set expiration on a document validated by time server
Limit the number of views per user or group
Limit the number of prints per user or group
Limit access by IP number or network
Online management controls
The creation of user accounts, document conversion and distribution is managed online and from any computer in the world (optional setting) without having to install software. You can assign administrators and other special users permitted to submit publications, update document permissions or suspend document availability at any time.
Documents can be emailed to your group of users or provided as a download.
End users can log in to retrieve assigned documents or modify their contact details. They can also be allowed to upload and contribute documents in reply when allowed in your settings.
ArtistScope DRM provides "total control" management over any documents that you tag for DRM, even after download by the end user. To secure a breach in a document's security, from your admin you can change the document's DRM settings for immediate effect.
The ArtistScope DRM control panel can be translated into more than 27 different languages automatically.
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