The collaborative software Domus – edited by Pomelo-Paradigm – continues to grow in order to fulfill as much of your demands as possible.
- Gain time and independance
New features such as conditional page breaks and the creation of blank spreadsheets will help you make all the changes you need with just a few mouseclicks. Follow this link to discover the new hot keys!
With this new version of Domus, organize your comments by color and let the reviewers in read-only mode put their notes. Once all the content is integrated and the most of the changes have been made, each user can easily add his or her comments. You may, as in the previous version of Domus, export all this data and open the PDF with Acrobat Reader®; all the comments will appear.
- Define categories to organize your documents
In this new version, we can configure various categories of documents in order to comply with your specific requests. Annual reports, quarterly reports, internal newsletters, product information sheets, subscription forms… use Domus for all the kinds of documents you need.
- Benefit from an optimal view of your document
What you see is what you get! The way your document is displayed in Domus is getting closer to the final result. The position and size are now manged by the decimal: the fonts and various elements in your document keep the alignment you have defined. You can also check that the organization of your document reflects perfectly what you have chosen by using another new feature: the dual scan display.
Want to find out more about the many features available in Domus, the collaborative software? Please contact us to benefit from a free demo!
Looking for a collaborative software for your company? We also edit Pomdoc Pro in order to stock, consult and modify all your documents. Contact us to find out more!
In response to the increasing amount of personal and professional information stored in the cloud and because most of our financial transactions are dematerialized, data security is an essential component in the world today. A growing volume of information transits on the Internet, from holiday pictures to administrative documents, pay slips, medical information or anything related to online purchasing.
Based on these observations, we must be careful as to our data’s safety and property. To whom does the information I put online belong? Is it mine, or is it now the property of the company hosting the website I am on? In response to these growing concerns, the European Union implemented the GDPR four months ago.
The GDPR, for the right to private browsing
On April 14th 2016, the European Parliament adopted the General Data Protection Regulation in order to protect the personal data of European users. This regulation came into effect on May 28th 2018 in the 28 member states of the EU.
Four months after its implementation, the CNIL* draws up a rather positive report of the GDPR for professionals and individuals. For instance, the number of charges carried by individuals before the CNIL rose by 67% compared to the same period of time in 2017, which tends to show that private individuals seem to grasp the importance of protecting their personal data. The same assessment can be made for professionals: there are now 13.000 Data Protection Officers for some 24.500 organizations compared to 5.000 before the application of the European regulation.*
The importance of protecting your private information
Protecting a company’s data seems obvious but what about individuals? Why should one protect his or her personal information? If I have nothing to hide, why should I refuse that a company collects information regarding my profile and my browsing habits?
First of all, we in France have a right to privacy. Institutions and those who work in digital technologies must respect that right which is in our Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Secondly, when sharing one’s data with a third party – such as bank details – the information could always end up in the wrong hands. Thirdly, laws can evolve in France as well as in other countries; therefore, companies have the responsibility to preserve and protect our individual freedom as well as our personal and professional data.
Pomelo-Paradigm, a collaboration software publisher that respects your personal data
At Pomelo-Paradigm, we value your data’s privacy and confidentiality. That is why all the information you share on both our collaboration software – Domus and Pomdoc Pro – is hosted on secured servers in France. We also are commited to neither transmitting nore selling your data to a third party, whether you are an individual or a company. And finally, you can ask us to delete your account or your information without justification, as required by the GDPR.
Protecting your company’s data or your own is important to you? We would be glad to show you our collaboration software:
> Domus offers you everything you need to produce high-quality documents in a safe environment
> Pomdoc Pro is a collaborative editing and sharing tool which was designed to manage the manual and automatic production of your documents in a secure environment
Please contact us to find out more!
*the French independent administrative authority whose mission is to ensure data privacy laws
*RGPD : quel premier bilan 4 mois après son entrée en application ?