What is a Virtual Data Room?

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A virtual dataroom (VDR) is an online repository that provides secure document storage and collaboration between several parties. It can be used as an instrument for business transactions requiring secure document management and storage such as M&As, fund raising, and due diligence.

VDRs provide a range of features that set them apart from other file sharing services or physical data rooms. Some established VDR partners, like have security certifications, such as ISO 27001, SOC 1/2/3 watermarking, customized NDAs as well as at-a glance reporting.

The content of a VDR may be targeted to specific groups. For example companies in the field of life sciences could include documents that highlight their progress to potential investors (e.g. clinical trial results as well as HIPAA compliance) while ensuring the highest levels of data privacy (e.g. Intellectual license and property agreements.

In real estate transactions, VDRs can help disclose the various documents including the title to the land, investment records and finance management documents. They can give a complete, transparent view of the company’s past and future plans – an effective instrument for closing deals. The right use of VDRs VDR can cut down on the amount of physical paperwork required and enhance the efficiency of the M&A process. For instance it’s a good idea to create a diagram of the VDR structure prior to beginning work. This helps ensure a systematic organization of folders and documents and facilitates easy navigation.


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