Liquid Machines, provider of enterprise rights management (ERM) solutions, unveiled Document Control 7.0, a release of its flagship enterprise rights management (ERM) software. This new release extends Liquid Machines' ERM solution to the industry's most current applications, operating systems, and computing architectures, while adding features and benefits for customers in markets such as financial services, manufacturing, chemical and energy, life sciences, legal, and government agencies. Liquid Machines Document Control 7.0 controls access to and usage of electronic files. Built with support for Microsoft Rights Management Services (RMS), customers use Liquid Machines to secure and control their information, including intellectual property, executive and board communications, customer data, and human resources information, while enabling secure collaboration and strict adherence to regulatory compliance.
Liquid Machines 7.0 includes the following new features and enterprise-readiness enhancements: Support for Applications, Operating Systems, and Computing Architectures brings Liquid Machines Document Control functionality to Microsoft Office, Microsoft Vista, and Intel-based 64-bit computers; Availability on International Operating Systems and Applications enables deployment of Document Control 7.0 to global customers; Automatic Protection with Default Policies applies an enterprise policy the moment a user creates a new document. Default policies can be defined on a per-application, user, and group basis; and Delegated administration with enhanced auditing allows organizations to maintain segregation of duties and reduce the administrative burden on IT staff by designating separate administrators for policy membership, permission definition, and reporting tasks, while maintaining an audit trail of all policy changes.