Security of Docs are essentially required, specially in cloud scenarios.
Nearly everyone talks about putting more of their documents in the cloud. But not everyone feels secure doing it. That’s the target audience for DocTrackr’s new service, which lets users retain control of Word, Excel, PDF or other documents even when they’ve been emailed to others or put into cloud storage.
“You can even destroy your digital documents,” DocTrackr CEO Clement Cazalot said Thursday at TechStars Boston Demo Day. Cazalot, who leapt onstage as the theme from Mission Impossible played, said the company logged $150,000 in revenue last year (“more than Instagram.”) from clients including Bouygues, the giant French contractor and SCNF, the company behind France’s high-speed railway. More than 80,000 customers are using the beta.
He calls DocTrackr, which works without any local software installed, “remote document management as a service.” The user can add readers to a given document to enable access, then see who has viewed it, what they…
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