NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS, Las Vegas, Booth SL 12210 – Rimage Corporation (NASDAQ: RIMG), a provider of secure multimedia content management and delivery solutions, today announced the launch of Rimage Signal Online Publishing, an easy-to-use platform to push secure mobile content to nearly any mobile device or computer. Companies can now publish content directly to their subscribers while applying security and usage policies to effectively manage and control their content, even when it is resident on subscribers’ devices and disconnected from the internet. "The ability to share content securely with customers, suppliers and partners is critical to many mission-critical business processes," said Melissa Webster, program vice president at IDC for content and digital media technologies. "Simple file transfer just isn't enough -- customers need to be able to apply policies to the content to protect it as it travels outside the organization, and expire the content or revoke access as necessary to protect their intellectual property. And they need a solution that not only protects but also reliably delivers all types of content -- including rich media and video." “We developed Signal as a solution for companies that need to carefully control their content - from entertainment studios to corporate communications,” said Sherman Black, President and CEO of Rimage. “TV, film, and post-production professionals need a solution like Signal for screeners and pre-release materials to publish digital content securely without being leaked. On the corporate communications side, Signal is perfect for board communications, mergers and acquisitions, meetings under NDA, or anything that requires sensitivity or control. Signal ensures that anything transmitted in a business setting stays with intended recipients and is the most current and relevant version.” Signal gives companies total control of their content publishing. They choose which devices can receive content, how long the content is available and the desired sequence of content playback. Companies can change, grant or revoke usage policies and optionally delete content from subscribed devices. Intentional or unintentional sharing of secured content is eliminated, and outdated content can be swapped with new content automatically. Signal also provides access to subscriber viewing analytics, enabling data driven, intelligent business decisions.
Shares of Rimage Corporation (Nasdaq:RIMG) were gapping down Monday morning with an open price 14.6% lower than Friday's closing price. The stock closed at $13.18 yesterday and opened today's trading at $11.25.