The ability to handle large volumes of files is among the primary requirements for data room software. This characteristic is typically reflected by the number of tools provided by the provider like multilingual searches (about 16 languages), OCRs files, file previews, intelligent AI categories, and translation of documents. A good service provider will offer flexible viewing options that permit users to browse documents in their own format or without it.
A reliable provider will employ the highest level of encryption to secure confidential data. They should also have a 24/7 multilingual helpline for users and dedicated customer service managers who can assist with quick project start-up, best practices implementation, and speedy due diligence procedures.
For instance, some providers offer the possibility to synchronize desktops, shared folders and FTP to the virtual data room, making it simple to upload and download any file. Other providers offer an automatic naming scheme, which makes it easy to manage and locate files. The most reliable vendors permit you to set up different access permissions to view as well as print and secure PDF downloads, as well as customized watermarks that display the user’s name, IP address, and the date and time of document viewing.
A quality VDR will come with NDAs that can be automatically applied to all users. This will prevent disclosures that are not authorized. It should also have an extensive auditing system which lets users drill down and see what was done (documents and users) when, and in what order.