In most cases, publishers choose to limit access to Archive ExPress. This is because internal stakeholders such as the Editorial Team require functionality that should not be accessible to readers/consumers. Through X-CAGO’s Authentication functionality, System Administrators can easily define privileges including access to content and features residing on Archive ExPress by log-in. This ensures that the security of the archive is maintained including the capacity to track access to the archive.
The capacity for subscribers to only access titles they are entitled to can easily be achieved via the Online Edition. This provides a mechanism to limit access for subscribers to subscription criteria defined by the publisher.
For B2B customers, additional functionality is often required given the nature of their content requirements. As is the case with the provision of access to internal stakeholders, System Administrators can readily define privileges for access to Archive ExPress for B2B users including but not limited to the number of concurrent sessions, IP restrictions, etc.