AvePoint’s DocAve Content Shield Named KMWorld magazine “Trend Setting Product of 2012”
The list, started in 2003, selects products clearly demonstrating technology breakthroughs that serve customers’ specific business needs
Jersey City, NJ — August 22, 2012 — AvePoint, the leader in governance and infrastructure management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, today announced DocAve Content Shield for SharePoint, which helps ensure that SharePoint content is fully compliant with regulations and internal protocol for content classification and tagging, was named to KMWorld’s “Trend Setting Product of 2012” list. This year, more than 700 products were assessed by KMWorld’s judging panel, which consists of editorial colleagues, analysts, system integrators, vendors themselves, line-of-business managers, and users.
“We are pleased that DocAve Content Shield has been recognized by KMWorld as a ‘Trend Setting Product of 2012,’” said George Petrou, Senior Vice President of Product Management at AvePoint. “We’ve found that the level of information governance required depends greatly upon on how regulated content must be. Subsequently, it is essential content is appropriately tagged and classified, abides by strict access policies, and is assigned appropriate retention schedules for purging or archiving. By tagging and classifying content appropriately, in addition to ensuring only appropriate content resides in specified locations, Content Shield directly addresses information governance for SharePoint.”
Key benefits of Content Shield include:
Enhancing information governance policy enforcement for content classification and management by automatically tagging content based on pre-configured or customized dictionaries
Protecting SharePoint from inappropriate or non-compliant content – including personal, profane, or discriminatory content – with configurable content quarantine and removal
Proactively monitoring SharePoint compliance through comprehensive risk assessment reports and email notification upon identifying inappropriate or non-compliant content, including the ability to force SharePoint to check-in documents that could potentially avoid content scans
Implementing and enforcing governance and compliance policies in ordinance with stringent regulations – such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act – for sensitive content, including personally identifiable information
KMWorld is the leading information provider serving the knowledge management systems market and covers the latest in content, document, and knowledge management, informing more than 45,000 subscribers about the components and processes – and subsequent success stories – that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc.
“Each company whose product is listed as a Trend Setting Product in 2012 helps to define and enhance a market critically important to our readership by listening to – and working with – customers,” said Hugh McKellar, Editor in Chief at KMWorld. “AvePoint’s DocAve Content Shield product has been successful in addressing its customers’ specific SharePoint information governance and compliance needs, and has truly earned its place as a Trend Setting Product in 2012.”
To learn more about KMWorld magazine’s “Trend Setting Products of 2012” award, please visit www.kmworld.com.
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