DRM (Digital Rights Management) refers to a collection of systems used to protect the copyrights of electronic media. These include digital music and movies, as well as other data that is stored and transferred digitally. For example, the Apple iTunes Music Store uses a DRM system to limit the number of computers that songs can be played on. Each audio file downloaded from the iTunes music store includes information about the owner of the file and how many times the file was transferred. The protected files will not play on computers that have not been authorized to play the music.
While the Aprio Boardroom is not iTunes, it does have similar amazing features that benefit a cohesive and adaptable level of restrictions and control. Aprio Boardroom supports:
Together, these features provide the core functionality for the DRM of the Aprio Boardroom. The functional architecture is only part of the solution to the challenges of DRM. Rights Management can become complex remarkably quickly. As a result, the Aprio Boardroom’s DRM systems support the most flexible information model possible to provide for these complex and layered relationships.
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