Thursday Apr 08, 2010

Information Rights Management 11g Release Highlights

Broader Enterprise Reach
  • Built on Fusion Middleware and Java EE
  • Broad platform certifications
  • Standard 27 Oracle languages
  • SSO authentication: OAM, Windows auth, Basic auth to LDAP
Extensible, First-Class Security
  • Extensible classification model for application integrations
  • FIPS 140-2 certification
  • Hardware Security Module for key storage
Usability and Templates
  • New Web-based management console
  • Best practice rights model: global roles and templates
For more information see the new information available on OTN, including the Developer Area and whitepaper, and of course the IRM Blog.

Wednesday Nov 11, 2009

Oracle IRM 10.1.3.5.2 Desktop supports Windows 7

 

This desktop will add support for:


  • Windows 7 operating system


  • Adobe Reader 9.2


  • Lotus Notes 8.5


 


Other key features include:


  • Oracle IRM Desktop now comes in 27 different languages including Japanese, Chinese and Korean


  • Right click unseal option in Windows Explorer


  • Choose to delete uprotected versions of files after sealing


  • Windows Start menu option


  • There have also been some minor changes in the layout of the control panel


 


It is now available for download from Oracle Technology Network and eDelivery.


For more information and before distributing this desktop within your organization please see the release notes


Whilst in the IRM frame of mind, why not check out some of the recent posting on the IRM blog

 

Tuesday Oct 27, 2009

Oracle IRM 10.1.3.5.2 Desktop advanced notification

Within the next 2 weeks Oracle will release version 10.1.3.5.2 of the Oracle IRM Desktop.

This desktop will support the recently released Windows 7 operating system, Adobe Reader 9.2 and Lotus Notes 8.5. The Oracle IRM Desktop now comes in 27 different languages including Japanese, Chinese and Korean. There have also been some minor changes in the layout of the control panel.

This is a major release of the IRM Desktop and we expect most customers to upgrade to it after familiarization with the subtle design differences. Release notes will be made available at the time of release to Oracle Technology Network.

Thursday Jul 30, 2009

Oracle IRM 10.1.3.5.1 Desktop release available

This release contains a few bug fixes that some customers have requested. These fixes are largely in the areas of Excel macros and clashes with products from other IRM vendors. It is however a fairly minor release, and we do not expect most customers to upgrade to it.

It is now available for download from Oracle Technology Network and eDelivery.

For more information please see the release notes

Whilst in the IRM frame of mind, why not check out some of the recent posting on the IRM blog

Sunday Jul 19, 2009

Oracle IRM 10.1.3.5.1 Desktop release advanced warning

In 2 weeks time Oracle will release a new IRM Desktop for Windows and IRM Unsealer for Mac.

This release contains a few bug fixes that some customers have requested. These fixes are largely in the areas of Excel macros and clashes with products from other IRM vendors. It is however a fairly minor release, and we do not expect most customers to upgrade to it.

If you would like more details prior to publication of the release notes please contact Oracle support or product management.

Sunday May 10, 2009

Oracle IRM 10.1.3.5.0 supports Adobe Reader 9.1 and IE 8

On April 15 the latest release of Oracle IRM was made available via Oracle Technology Network. This was less than two weeks after Adobe released Reader 9.1. This latest Oracle IRM Desktop supports:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
- Adobe Reader 9.1
- BlackBerry Enterprise Server 4.1.6 MR4

Please see the IRM Blog, release notes and certification matrix for further detail.

Friday Mar 13, 2009

IRM Now Available with CPU-based Licensing

Previously Oracle Information Rights Management has only been available on a per user basis. This has made it seem quite expensive for a large deployment. With the integration between UCM & IRM we are seeing more and more organizations rolling out IRM across their enterprise; having their sensitive information automatically sealed when it is checked into UCM.

Oracle has responded to this demand for much broader deployments by offering IRM on a per CPU-based license.

This makes IRM a real option for organizations wanting to ensure that the sensitive information isn't leaked by their own staff or trusted partners: as was the case with data on the President's helicopter this week!

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