Demo 2004 reflects IT security concerns

Monday, 23 February 2004, 8:48 PM EST

If Demo 2004 is any gauge of what is top of mind for enterprise IT, the answer is security.

Products unveiled at the conference covered the full security spectrum, ranging from application-level offerings and document management to Web services and network infrastructure.

Adobe Systems creator of the de facto online document format, PDF announced Adobe Policy Server, which provides control over the viewing, modifying, copying, printing, and forwarding of documents.

Companies sending product information to authorized partners can prevent their documentation from being forwarded in turn to an unauthorized recipient.

By Ephraim Schwartz at Info World.

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