The service gives admins and users greater control over document management.
CloudLock,which lets users view and control all documents in the domain, has added some compelling new features for admins and users. It now adds a level of security to its Dashboard, letting you view and manage who has access to what Google Docs content.
The new security feature allows admins granular control over multiple actions. For example, you can transfer ownership of documents, terminate access, and search across the domain, which is great for eDiscovery purposes, says ReadWriteWeb’s David Strom. Additionally, you can schedule and run a variety of reports, including historical summaries of documents (and how they are classified), and generate an audit log to show changes to those documents.
There is one catch: users can’t make changes to online documents, but they can download them to their desktops.
CloudLock costs $8-19 per user per year and is free for domains with fewer than 10 users; you can also sign up for a one-week free trial. Users can activate CloudLock from the Google Apps Marketplace.