Oracle IRM 10GR3 presentation and demo

I've just finished putting together an online presentation and demonstration of Oracle IRM. It lasts about 14 minutes and can be launched from the button below. In this webcast I discuss the very basics of how the Oracle IRM technology can protect your most sensitive data. It follows the role of an engineering manager in a mythical high tech company and shows how easily the IRM system can allow, or disallow, access to content being shared via email.

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Comments:

Simon, That was very impressive. Does this work only with MS Office documents or with "any" file? Also, is it windows only or cross-platform? I am heavily involved in Oracle Reports development and I can definitely see the value of IRM in that context. Do you have any plans to integrate IRM with such report generation products? Manish

Posted by Manish on July 21, 2008 at 09:50 PM PDT #

Manish Our document support is quite extensive, at the time of writing this comment we support in 10GR3 the formats on Windows in the table below. We also support PDF documents on the Mac environment.
  • Sealed Office, RTF, and Text (.doc, .xls, .ppt, .rtf, .txt, .xlt, .dot, .pot) [Office 97 or later (Windows 2000 users with Office 2003 need Windows 2000 SP3+.) ]
  • Sealed Email for Outlook [Microsoft Outlook 2000, 2003, XP ]
  • Sealed Email for Notes [Lotus Notes 4,6+ ]
  • Sealed Email for Group­Wise [Novell GroupWise 6.5.1+ ]
  • Sealed Email for BlackBerry [A BlackBerry® device, with server-side plug-in to BES for Exchange and Domino. ]
  • Sealed PDF (.pdf) [Adobe Acrobat® or Reader 4.0+. ]
  • Sealed HTML and Sealed XML (.html, .htm, .xml) [Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0+.]
  • Sealed Images (GIF, JPG, PNG) [Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0+.]
  • Sealed CAD (Large list of formats) [Informative Graphics® Brava! Reader 2.4.0.7+ (.csf files – multi-layered CAD drawings) Informative Graphics provides tools for converting a wide range of CAD formats]
  • Sealed TIFF (.tiff, .tif) [Informative Graphics Brava! Reader 2.4.0.7+]
With regards to integrating with Oracle Reports, this could easily be done right now. I will contact you directly and we can discuss further. Simon

Posted by Simon Thorpe on July 21, 2008 at 11:33 PM PDT #

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