Virtual Data Rooms – The Pros and Cons of VDRs

For companies with sensitive data that needs to be kept private and secure virtual data rooms offer the answer. A VDR can facilitate any transaction that involves sharing confidential information easier, whether your company is trying to sell itself, raise funds or collaborate with investors and partners. Modern VDRs are more affordable than free file-sharing software and come with practical features such as granular permissions for documents and digital files, encryption, audit trails and dynamic watermarking which enables users to be identified with their login ID or device.

One of the most commonly used cases of virtual data rooms is due diligence, with the buy-side needing to go through a lot of documents from sellers prior to approving the purchase. However, VDRs can also utilized by life science companies to communicate results from clinical trials, HIPAA compliance and licensing IP. The real property and immovable property industries can benefit from a secure flexible method to conduct transactions and share documents.

The benefits of VDRs are numerous. The benefits of VDR extend to all industries that need to share sensitive information with partners, investors and clients. CapLinked is an VDR designed to facilitate seamless project management. It provides 24/7 professional customer support via live chat within the app, on the phone, and email, as well as adaptable apps that let you access documents from anywhere. CapLinked is secure and backs the claims with everything from document encryption to monitoring logins for users to dynamic watermarks, and industry-leading data centres that ensure your documents are safe and private no matter where they are being viewed.