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Update: Notable PDF for Boardrooms

July 23, 2014, 4:00 PM

Auckland, New Zealand

Notable PDF announces it’s latest offering ‘Notable PDF for Boardrooms.’ The new level is in addition to the three other tiers available:

  • Notable PDF – for personal use, free and Premium accounts available.
  • Notable PDF for Enterprise – for teams, small businesses, and corporations.
  • Notable PDF for Education – for classroom and academic use.
  • Notable PDF for Boardrooms – for board-level users with higher security and executive-specific offerings.

“This has been one of the most requested services since launching a few months ago,” says Hengjie Wang, Co-founder and CEO Notable Limited. “We believe it is time to cater better to one of our fast growing user bases.”

Notable PDF for Boardroom is a next level service offering for boardrooms. Some of the features included in the tier include:

  • Built-in Security Features – data is protected by highly secure facilities and infrastructure. The system provides security measures, which include distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection.
  • Military-Grade Encryption – our system uses SSL to encrypt all communications between our app and our backend servers. We use a 4096bit RSA cert and automatically upgrade to the highest level of encryption available (usually TLS 1.2). All inter-infrastructure communication is highly encrypted.
  • 24/7 Support – dedicated representatives are available for training and support.
  • 99.99% SLA – extremely high level of availability, Notable PDF continues to work offline in the 0.01%

Notable PDF for Boardrooms is still in beta and is currently an invite-only service. It is scheduled to release within the next couple of weeks. For more information and invitation, please contact us at hello@notablepdf.com.

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