Businesses, like individuals, don’t want certain information distributed for general consumption. Therefore, redaction capability is critical to protect sensitive information.
(PRWEB) January 17, 2012
Ontario document management company, MES Hybrid Document Systems, Inc., announces it will conduct a webinar titled “Getting to Grips with Redaction” on Thursday, January 19, 2012, from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. (EST).
This webinar represents the 16th in MES Hybrid’s popular and educational webinar series. The event will focus on how to use redaction effectively, what type of information is commonly redacted and how to make sure a redacted document is secure. Specifically, MES Hybrid will demonstrate how to obscure information from view, how to edit a document and how to protect it from unauthorized viewing.
“Security and privacy have become an integral part of everyday life,” said Kevin D’Arcy, vice president of sales and marketing at MES Hybrid Document Systems, Inc. “Businesses, like individuals, don’t want certain information distributed for general consumption. Therefore, redaction capability is critical to protect sensitive information.”
MES Hybrid Document Systems, a supplier of Ontario document management solutions since 1971, provides consulting, conversion services, hardware solutions, document scanning and electronic/analogue document management systems. The goal with every client solution is to improve efficiency, increase competitiveness and contribute to bottom-line savings.
To reserve your webinar seat, visit https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/828293466.
About MES Hybrid Document Systems Inc.
MES Hybrid Document Systems has been successfully supplying and supporting document management solutions in public and private organizations across Canada since 1971. Offering a one-stop shop for everything from consulting, conversion services, hardware solutions and electronic/analogue document management systems. At MES Hybrid Document Systems our mission is to be the preferred supplier of ECM (Enterprise Content Management) and ERM (Enterprise Records Management) solutions to organizations looking to achieve the regulatory, productivity and sustainability benefits associated with such systems. For more information about MES Hybrid Document visit http://www.mesltd.ca/.