iRise Enhances Collaboration, Security with Latest Release
iRise announces the immediate availability of iRise 6.5, which includes: a new comments management module, enhanced security, 64-bit server support and usability enhancements. Collectively, these enhancements ensure that critical feedback from stakeholders on application development projects is swiftly understood and acted upon in a secure, collaborative corporate environment that is often distributed globally.
Key features in iRise 6.5 include:
- Comments management - iRise already gives stakeholders the ability to annotate simulations with feedback notes. With iRise 6.5 this capability is enhanced to give application simulation authors a "Comments Panel" in iRise Studio and iRise Reader where they can sort and filter comments, color code them, etc.
- Security - iRise 6.5 now contains support for:
o LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)-based authentication - The iRise Definition Center server now supports user authentication via LDAP so user name and passwords entered during login can be validated against a centralized, corporate LDAP server (i.e. iRise can now take advantage of existing security policies established on an LDAP server);
o iDoc Password Protection - When an application simulation created in iRise Studio is exported to an iDoc, the author may now set a password that must be entered in order for the iDoc to be opened and viewed. This is useful when simulations that document new applications, particularly those providing a competitive advantage, need to be protected during the definition process;
- Scalability - The 64-bit version of iRise Definition Center gives customers the ability to simulate more, larger, projects simultaneously;
- Usability Enhancements - Numerous usability enhancements were made.
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