Adobe snaps up document security tools
Adobe Systems is adding new document protection mechanisms to its business workflow software with an acquisition announced on Monday.
The company has acquired FileLine Digital Rights Management software from privately-held Navisware, based in Raleigh, N.C., for an undisclosed sum. The copy-restriction program is designed to guard business files, especially engineering documents, from intellectual property thieves. Adobe snaps up document security tools | CNET News.com
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