PALO ALTO, Calif.--(WatchDox, a provider of enterprise solutions to share, control and work with files on any device, today announced the availability of WatchDox Inside, a program that allows partners to incorporate the WatchDox solution into their proprietary applications. This industry-first program extends the benefits of file-level protection to WatchDox partners in need of an easy-to-use interface for information sharing and collaboration.)--
“Now, our customers can quickly add participants to a class, get them the materials they need, and protect that information with time-based accessibility. Document-level security is of huge importance to our customers, and WatchDox gives us the competitive edge we need to stay ahead of the market.”
For companies whose offering is content or information-sharing services, the security component has presented a persistent, unsolved challenge for the files and documents they deliver to customers. With WatchDox Inside, partners can integrate critical capabilities to secure, share, track or revoke access to documents into their services, applications and products, while delivering the mobility and usability features their users want.
“WatchDox Inside is at the core of our OnSecure™ offering, which enables large enterprises to deliver sensitive training materials and spec sheets to their customers and partners,” said Steve Friar, CEO of WatchDox partner OnFulfillment. “Now, our customers can quickly add participants to a class, get them the materials they need, and protect that information with time-based accessibility. Document-level security is of huge importance to our customers, and WatchDox gives us the competitive edge we need to stay ahead of the market.”
Other WatchDox Inside partners include Networks First, which recognizes the growth of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend in the workplace, where employees are merging personal details with professional data and introducing security vulnerabilities. “Our newest app will incorporate document sharing and will be powered by WatchDox,” said Peter Titmus, chairman of Networks First. “This new initiative will help employees and employers adopt mobile working by implementing a secure method of controlling, merging and sharing key corporate information with personal information, such as contacts, calendars and tasks.”
Meanwhile, WatchDox Inside partner Final Draft is building a secure screenplay management and distribution service as an extension of its industry-standard screenwriting program. “Screenplays are arguably the most valuable intellectual property in Hollywood productions and require absolute security and control. With WatchDox Inside, Final Draft will allow seamless sharing of scripts across any device type, enabling secure access, printing and forwarding; applying custom watermarks; and revoking access remotely,” said Marc Madnick, CEO of Final Draft.
“Rather than sink huge investments into creating file-sharing and protection functionality on their own or purchasing services that deliver incomplete security options, WatchDox Inside partners get everything they need, and they can deliver it within their own products,” said Moti Rafalin, CEO of WatchDox. “Together with our partners, WatchDox provides complete protection for intellectual property across industries, while fostering the collaboration and information sharing upon which businesses depend.”
WatchDox enables organizations to access, protect and control their critical documents wherever they go: on any tablet, smartphone, or PC, even those beyond the IT department’s control. With WatchDox technology, organizations can collaborate securely with partners, safely adopt bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives, and destroy their documents remotely if a device goes missing. More than 500 enterprises worldwide – including top-10 financial institutions, government agencies and many of the Fortune 500 – depend on WatchDox secure file-sharing solutions. For more information, please visit http://www.watchdox.com.