Software enables classification and policy management of Microsoft Word documents.
OTTAWA, Canada – November 3, 2005 – TITUS Inc., a provider of policy management software solutions that make it easier for IT administrators to protect and manage corporate correspondence including email and documents, today announced the general availability of Document Classification for Microsoft Word V1.1.
Document Classification is a classification and policy enforcement solution for Microsoft Word that allows customers to manage the classification, distribution and retention of valuable corporate documents. Document Classification for Microsoft Word builds upon Titus' successful family of email classification tools already being used by customers around the world.
Titus’ Document Classification allows users to apply classification labels to Microsoft Word documents. Users can also be forced to apply classification labels before the document can be saved or printed. Classification labels are completely customizable and can represent security/ sensitivity, document retention, handling requirements, associated project or case, or any other categorization that is relevant to the enterprise.
“Document Classification was developed as a result of customer feedback that told us that customers need to be better able to classify, manage, and control important corporate documents." said Charlie Pulfer, General Manager, Titus. “Classification of documents provides users and administrators a higher level of document security, archiving and control, and the ability to quickly sort, search and find all documents related to a project, case, customer or other categorization."
Customers can download an evaluation version of Document Classification for Microsoft Word here
Founded in 2005, TITUS is a subsidiary of TITUS International Inc., where the Message Classification software was first developed. TITUS works to help businesses better manage and secure valuable corporate information by building policy management solutions that make it easier for IT administrators to protect and manage corporate correspondence, including email and documents.
For more information, go to http://www.titus.com.