Document Security everywhere
SealPath is a cloud solution that protects your documents and emails wherever they are and allows you to share them conveniently and securely. With the application, you have full control of document permissions in real time, even after sharing them. It is offered in Cloud-SaaS mode for a fast and simple deployment, and installed on-premise on corporate servers for those companies that requires total control over their infrastructure.
SealPath will accompany your document, wherever it goes, regardless of the location it is accessed from. If you choose to work in the cloud, SealPath will protect your information.
Read, print, share, copy … your document or email will only permit what you have indicated. Control who accesses the information with SealPath’s intuitive control system.
Share your documents with anyone you want and monitor when they access the information. If you want, you can receive a notification when the recipient accesses the document. Auditing will be easier thanks to SealPath.
You will not need to manage passwords or certificates. It is as easy as saving and protecting. SealPath allows you to work the same way you always have, from Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, from the file browser, or by using our application.
Your data doesn’t need to be where you don’t want it to be. SealPath does not require a specific location to protect you. You choose how you want to work and where to save your documents, with complete freedom.
SealPath uses AD RMS (Active Directory Rights Management Services) protection and information technology. AD RMS is a mature, proven information protection technology that natively integrates with Microsoft Office and other Microsoft products.
|1 – Protect the document at its origin using Microsoft AD RMS technology.||2 – Share it with any user via email, Dropbox or the cloud.|
|3 – Your recipients will be able to open and edit it using their regular tools, with complete ease-of-use.||4 – Monitor what happens with the document, audit it and change the permissions in real time.|
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