ICIC 2013 New Product Introductions RightsDirect

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ICIC 2013 New Product Introductions RightsDirect

  1. 1. Respecting Copyright in the Digital Workplace Made easy by the Multinational Copyright License ICIC 2013 Vienna, Oct. 14 Joerg Weizendoerfer, Business Development Director
  2. 2. Situation Typical examples for activities with copyright protected material in day-to-day business • Email scientific articles • Post content on an intranet • Store content in databases • Regulatory filings due to REACH • Use of collaboration tools • Share the latest research 2 of 10
  3. 3. I would like to… 3 of 10
  4. 4. Needed re-use rights Needed re-use rights Share digital content internally and across borders with co-workers via e-mail, intranet posting or PDF Save to corporate-owned hard drive or network drive Store articles for records in project and/or publication literature databases Photocopy from a magazine, book, journal, research report or other published document Share portions of digital content internally via collaboration applications such as Lotus Notes or Microsoft SharePoint Attach copies of articles to internal communications such as newsletters, training materials or presentations Scan printed works into digital form when an electronic version of the work is not readily available File digital articles for government regulatory purposes 4 of 10 Given by subscription or purchase from docdel provider?
  5. 5. Common Copyright Challenges Getting permissions can be a burden: • Time-consuming and confusing • No point person to ask • Obtaining permissions interrupts workflow • Delays getting timely information out • Costly 5 of 10
  6. 6. One single license to make copyright work Content Users Rightsholders Consistent set of 600+ million rights from: • • • • Licensing Solutions Rights Management Content Delivery Copyright Education • 35.000 companies • • Employees worldwide • Authors • Users in 180 countries • 6 of 10 Publishers Creators
  7. 7. Covered re-use rights Permissions needed Covered Share digital content internally and across borders with co-workers via e-mail, intranet posting or PDF Save to corporate-owned hard drive or network drive Store articles for records in project and/or publication literature databases. Photocopy from a magazine, book, journal, research report or other published document Share portions of digital content internally via collaboration applications such as Lotus Notes or Microsoft SharePoint Attach copies of articles to internal communications such as newsletters, training materials or presentations Scan printed works into digital form when an electronic version of the work is not readily available File digital articles for government regulatory purposes Note: The Multinational Copyright License is generally intended to permit distribution of articles on a periodic, non-systematic basis to other people within an organization. It is not meant to replace subscriptions that you or other people in the organization need in the ordinary context of your work. 7 of 10
  8. 8. NEW: Collaboration with external parties 8 of 10
  9. 9. Questions? Happy to discuss at our booth… • How do I know that all my publications are covered? • May I also store articles on tablet PCs like the iPad which can be taken out of the company? • How much does the license cost? • Who to your experience is usually the main driver in the company? • Do you offer trainings and copyright education for our employees? • How does the collaboration amendment work? • etc. 9 of 10
  10. 10. Thank you very much for your attention! Jörg Weizendörfer Mobil: E-Mail: Twitter: +49-172-314 70 60 jweizendoerfer@rightsdirect.com @RightsDirectDE www.rightsdirect.com

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