NextPage understands the importance of document security. Documents provide tangible evidence of decisions and agreements; they contain crucial intellectual capital and contribute greatly to your brand and image. As a result, your organization invests valuable time and resources creating infrastructure and processes to protect those critical documents, safeguard information resources, and manage the associated business risks.
NextPage works closely with customers to maximize the digital security of their documents. Nextpage ensures that the information-management service they provide takes full advantage of existing security-related standards, technology investments, and cultural practices of each customer.
NextPage works closely with customers to provide a document solution that leverages existing security infrastructures; you will not need to implement complex new document permission schemes, provide security for a new centralized repository of information, or force people to adopt new, unnatural processes for sharing information. The following is a list of security features NextPage guarantees:
- Host No Content – The NextPage Enterprise Service does not host or store any content. As a result, content remains under your control—completely secured and protected by your existing security infrastructure.
- Use Secure Channels – Communications between the NextPage Client Service and the NextPage Enterprise Service always use standard, secure protocols.
- Keep Permissions Simple – Users have very little to learn and administer by way of new security concepts.