Enterprise DRM

So far, enterprise IT isn't mired in the DRM swamp. For the most part, the content that DRM aims to control is produced by the entertainment industry and consumed in the home. But as licensing regimes creep into the technical infrastructure, IT becomes, willy-nilly, an indirect stakeholder in the DRM debate. There are more direct links too. Although most of us don't yet use digital audio and video as ordinary modes of business communication, some do and more will. Enterprises will be major producers and consumers of digital assets, and would like to able to control access and track usage -- if there were practical and cheap ways to do so. [Full story at InfoWorld.com.]

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