Cisco Learning Selects ARALOC DRM to Protect Proprietary Learning Content for New M-Learning Offering!

WEST CHESTER, PA – Modevity, LLC, announced that ARALOC, an industry leading digital rights management (DRM) was selected by Cisco Systems Learning Division to protect their proprietary learning content and make it available for viewing on the Apple iPhone / iTouch / iPad and BlackBerry devices as well as the PC and MAC platforms.

Protecting proprietary content from unauthorized viewing, misuse and piracy have become critical issues in the eLearning industry and many industry leaders are looking for a way to control access to their valuable content. At the same time, it is critical that the content protection mechanism be Cross Platform capable and support all major file types.

“Cisco’s global M-Learning launch highlights an exciting use case for our ARALOC”, said Thomas J. Canova Co-Founder, CMO of Modevity. “Learning content publishers should take note, the market is moving.” Mr. Canova continued.

In this ‘security centric’ business environment, concern over intellectual property and confidential content theft and misuse has made rights management a priority for companies in every market segment.

Modevity provides the ARALOC™ application on completely outsourced software as a service (SaaS) basis to minimize corporate internal resources and capital expenditures.  ARALOC is a cost effective way to deliver a powerful content rights management solution to those who need it, when they need it.

About Modevity, LLC:

Modevity founded in 2004 is a leader in content rights management solutions.  Our ARALOC™ and Imperium™ rights management solutions provide clients powerful 256 bit AES encryption technology with extensive content rights management controls and viewer reporting and analytics.

Modevity is headquartered in West Chester, PA.  Find out more at and

Media Relations:
Thomas J. Canova
Modevity, LLC
610-296-5900 ext.119

Editors’ Notes:

ARALOC is a registered trademark of Modevity, LLC.
Cisco and M-Learning are registered trademarks of Cisco Corporation.
All other company and product names mentioned are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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