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Litéra Releases Server-Based Metadata Cleaner
Litéra, a manufacturer of content lifecycle management software, has released Metadact, server-based software that removes metadata from e-mail messages and attachments sent from Outlook and other mail clients, mobile devices, webmail, and smartphones. Metadact aims to protect the confidentiality and privacy of information that may be compromised in the context of an outgoing e-mail message. Think of it as your own little slice of privacy-infused Idaho.
According to Deepak Massand, Litéra’s CEO “an increasingly mobile workforce relying on e-mail carries the risk of unintentionally disclosing sensitive information through metadata.” Metadact , he says, is designed to remove the risk of metadata transferred via e-mail through a server-based approach that interrogates outgoing e-mail and attachments to identify sensitive and potentially harmful metadata and strip the metadata clean to deliver the message to recipients.
So what are we waiting for? We got some metadata to scrub.