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InDorse Technologies Offers Software Suite for File Organization

A new suite of software to organize unstructured files into a collaborative, secure environment has been developed by InDorse Technologies. InDorse Discover, InDorse Tag and InDorse Protect allow companies to create their own rules for grouping and classifying sensitive information, as well as assuring proper usage of files, in accordance with government regulations and corporate policies. The actions can be taken without changing the end-user's desktop experience or workflow processes. Companies can organize files they deem to be sensitive based on content. The intuitive software sits atop file servers, such as Microsoft Windows File Sharing and SharePoint, UNIX and Novell. The tool classifies the documents into clusters based on file content, business relevance and usage patterns, allowing for clustered information to be set up for viewing and printing privileges. Users can tag documents to follow the trail, and secure and report on document lifecycles based on usage patterns that align to the native file format's security, without the need for installation to end-users' computers. Once files are under management, InDorse creates an embedded audit trail, while making the information available via InDorse Tag, a system for the reporting and monitoring of such file characteristics as who downloaded a file, what they downloaded, when it was downloaded, where the file came from, which computer it went to, and how the file was changed or re-filed to a different server.
InDorse Technologies

A new suite of software to organize unstructured files into a collaborative, secure environment has been developed by InDorse Technologies. InDorse Discover, InDorse Tag and InDorse Protect allow companies to create their own rules for grouping and classifying sensitive information, as well as assuring proper usage of files, in accordance with government regulations and corporate policies. The actions can be taken without changing the end-user's desktop experience or workflow processes. Companies can organize files they deem to be sensitive based on content. The intuitive software sits atop file servers, such as Microsoft Windows File Sharing and SharePoint, UNIX and Novell. The tool classifies the documents into clusters based on file content, business relevance and usage patterns, allowing for clustered information to be set up for viewing and printing privileges. Users can tag documents to follow the trail, and secure and report on document lifecycles based on usage patterns that align to the native file format's security, without the need for installation to end-users' computers. Once files are under management, InDorse creates an embedded audit trail, while making the information available via InDorse Tag, a system for the reporting and monitoring of such file characteristics as who downloaded a file, what they downloaded, when it was downloaded, where the file came from, which computer it went to, and how the file was changed or re-filed to a different server.
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