The Green Digital Signature

While saving paper, trees, and storage space, businesses who are using the Secured Signing online service are also cutting back on power consumption and reducing air pollution and dependence on carbon-producing services that would typically be required to move a document urgently cross-city / state just to have it signed off by an authorised representative.

Digital Signature – The Legal Electronic Stamp

An electronic signature is adequately reliable if the means of creating the signature is connected to the person who signs the document, is under their control and no one else’s, and if the system can detect any changes made to the document and signature.

Digital Signature Success — It’s all about Relationship

In today’s versatile technology environment, even the savvy experts in the electronic signature field agree that PKI digital signature technology is the ultimate way to sign documents online. Within this advanced technology, you can find variations that range from the PKI System Signing option, to the highest level of security, and the most trustworthy choice of all — the user-based PKI digital signature solution.

Digital Signature Solution Obtains Best Fiscal Results

Return on Investment (ROI) is considered to be a fundamental aspect for business success in every industry, and one of the most important calculations a business should do. The digital signature technology’s economic rate of return is high, achieving an exceptional value for the business, its customers, and its shareholders. The deployment of digital signature solution shows significant rises in profit gains, business productivity, and improved efficiency

Digital Signature in the cloud – Challenges and Solutions

Cloud computing increasingly becomes a prevalent IT solution in a variety of markets. According to a recent study done by the application-integration/app-hosting company Hubspan, more than 60 percent of companies surveyed said cloud computing was their strategic direction. Forrester report (April, 2011) emphasized this trend with the prediction that the cloud computing global market will grow from $40.7 billion to more than $241 billion by 2020.