Data Room Reviews UK Offers Helpful Comparison of Virtual Deal Room Vendors

Data Room Reviews UK is a specialist comparison site that provides comprehensive reviews of Virtual Deal Rooms (VDRs), which are web-based platforms where companies can upload documents and once uploaded, are protected by several security features to prevent unauthorised access.

The homepage of Data Room Reviews UK begins with a detailed definition of VDRs, which includes a description of the kind of information that the virtual data room protects and the presentation of examples that illustrate what would happen if sensitive data was not protected. One example used was Ransomware, Petya, a type of malware used by hackers to encrypt the files in victims’ computers who then demand a ransom to have such documents decrypted. The site also highlights the risks associated with storing information in physical rooms and hard disks.

The review then moves on to discuss who uses VDRs, which include companies involved in mergers and acquisitions, legal firms, investment banks, and pharmaceutical companies where sensitive information is most likely be exchanged between individuals, and transactions and client interactions take place.

Data Room Reviews UK then provides a comprehensive guide to the leading virtual data room providers, which include Firmex, Intralinks, iDeals, Merrill Datasite, RR Donnelley, Sharefile Citrix System, Ansarada, Box Virtual Data Room, Brainloop, and SecureDocs. Each vendor review contains a description of the provider’s experience in VDRs, document upload facilities, mobile apps to allow users to access the virtual data room from anywhere in the world, auto indexing for files and folders, and security features such as IP address blocking and personalised watermarks to prevent unauthorised duplication of documents.

The comparison site gave all vendors positive reviews but selects Firmex as the best provider in terms of value for money as it has an affordable pricing model to suit all budgets combined with excellent features including personalised watermarks to identify points of information breach, and a permission management feature, which can act as a security protocol.

Data Room Reviews UK ends with a guide on what to look for when selecting a VDR vendor. Things to consider include price, for businesses on a budget; security features to prevent unauthorised access; and, customer support and language features.

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Company Name: Data Room Reviews UK
Contact Person: Jack Naroth
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Address:2 Guild Street
Country: United Kingdom