Software puts papers on Internet

ILFORD-based IMYJS, the document imaging specialist, has announced a facility enabling its R/KYV system to publish documents on the

Internet.

The 'publisher and viewer' software allows the pages to be read internally or externally without having to gain access to the main imaging system, says Bill Cannings, managing director of IMYJS.

Firms can use the Internet as an email system since it is possible to fully encrypt the data that is transmitted.

"Unless you have the right decryption algorithm at the other end of the line you cannot read it. This makes this method more secure than sending documents by fax," says Cannings.

He sees the facility, which is being provided to system users without charge, as a secure way of sending documents to clients or to offices elsewhere.

"Encryption is part of the package," says Cannings.