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A virtual dataroom (VDR) can be described as an online repository for documents and other files that are shared amongst authorized teams or individuals. Its central, secure storage speeds up due diligence processes and improves collaboration. It also helps safeguard confidential data from unauthorized access and ensures compliance with the regulatory requirements.

VDRs are in use by many different industries for a variety reasons. Here are a few of the most commonly used applications:

Acquisitions and mergers

In M&A transactions, a lot of documents are shared for review and to take decisions. Virtual data rooms facilitate the process by streamlining the tasks as well as securing sensitive information making it easier to communicate effectively and automating every aspect of the deal.

Life Sciences

The majority of R&D activities within life science companies involves creating and altering proprietary information. This kind of information holds a great deal of importance to the business and therefore requires a high degree of security. Virtual data rooms allow life science companies to share data with potential partners, while ensuring the highest level of security.

Real Estate

In the real estate process there is a substantial amount of documents that need to be exchanged among multiple parties. A VDR is a wonderful tool to facilitate secure and quick document exchanges. It also lets everyone collaborate on projects without having to send lengthy emails that can cause confusion and delay negotiations. In addition, a VDR can help reduce the chance of costly mistakes by providing an accurate log of all activity and changes.

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