Hello, a client I'm working for has begun a move to digitising a lot of their correspondence, and requires workers at remote locations to access and view these documents.
The simplest solution of having the workers access the document in a browser, and have it downloaded to their machine before opening is not really ideal, in short, volume is high, and bandwidth is constrained
Is there a product or method that an organisation can deploy (needs to be operate behind fully locked down firewalls) that either
1) Allow workers to view the documents without actually downloading lot (the assumption being this saves on bandwidth)
2) Allows workers to view the documents in such a way that only 1 page at a time is downloaded (some of these documents are 30+ pages, and the download overhead is an issue)
Adobe has a solution but it is very expensive: http://www.adobe.com/manufacturing/resources/drm/
It may be overkill for what you need. I would suggest studying up on Digital Rights Management solutions to see if you can find one to fit your exact needs.