Haihaisoft DRM-X 3.0 provides advanced DRM security features, such as Blacklist, Hardware Authentication, Dynamic Watermark and Disable Virtual Printer. It helps Princeton Review securely distribute their protected PDF files to their students in Windows and Mac platform. With the new DRM-X 3.0 Disable Virtual Printer feature, Princeton Review doesn’t need to worry about user print in virtual printer. User can only print DRM-X 3.0 protected document in physical printer. Princeton Review can also control Print Count. DRM-X 3.0 gives Princeton Review total rights to control their valuable PDF courses no matter where it distributes.
About Princeton Review
For 30 years, The Princeton Review has been the destination for college and grad bound students to make their dreams a reality. Last year alone, Princeton Review helped more than 3.5 million students get into a great college or grad school. How do they do it? Online and in-person tutoring and test prep from top-notch educators as well as more than 150 books that provide test prep help to college admissions advice.
About DRM-X 3.0 platform
DRM-X 3.0 is the most reliable, powerful and secure DRM product. It offers an outstanding level of security while creating an intuitive and engaging user experience. DRM-X 3.0 services allow content providers to protect content immediately, create new sources of revenue, and bring products to market faster.
Haihaisoft, founded in 2004, is the leader in digital rights management industry. Haihaisoft offers content protection and related solutions that enable businesses to maximize the value of their digital content products. Haihaisoft's services and solutions are deployed by companies in entertainment, consumer electronics, software, information publishing and corporate IT markets to solve industry-specific challenges.
Haihaisoft's mission is: Powering Digital Content Trade, and makes content securely accessible and valuable.
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