Borehamwood, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 19, 2012 -- New proprietary viewer allows users to view secure text, spreadsheets and images without installing a plug-in.
iDeals Solutions, the electronic data room provider, announces the release of iDeals Viewer 1.0. The new software allows most users and administrators to view sensitive documents in a secure environment without the need for any additional plug-ins or downloads. iDeals has already upgraded around 30% of production data rooms with the new viewer technology.
Removing the need for a plug-in means that users employed by large organizations can now view shared documents in iDeals VDR without having to first seek admin approval from their IT staff. The new viewer also improves the usability and security of the iDeals Virtual Data Room (VDR). iDeals Viewer 1.0 features include:
Secure automatic conversion and encryption of files from most native formats (acceptable formats include pdf, txt, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, vsd, pub, rtf, htm, html, mht, jpg, jpeg, jpe, gif, bmp, png, tif, tiff, wmf abd dwf)
Guaranteed plug-in free viewing for all users with Adobe Flash installed (this accounts for over 98% of world-wide PC and Mac users)
Assurance that decrypted text and imagery within a document will not be captured by a user's browser cache (leaving no footprint on hard drive)
Faster screen changes during online document scrolling
Full document search functionality in all languages
Elena Frolova, Director of Business Development based in iDeals Moscow office, welcomed the announcement, "iDeals Viewer 1.0 makes it easier for corporate and banking clients to adopt iDeals VDR since there is now no need to install additional software or plug-ins. It just works."
iDeals Solutions has been a provider of secure document management services to the investment, legal and life sciences sectors since 2008. iDeals' flagship product is iDeals VDR (virtual data room), a next-generation virtual data room, deal room that is utilized by companies and leading advisors in over 30 countries around the world.