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Signing with a digital signature is like…

Signing with a digital signature is like… I had a good time at the European SharePoint conference in Barcelona a couple of weeks ago and hope that you all have a chance to visit there someday. The tapas and ambiance at Quimet y Quimet were great! But back to digital signatures…...

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Protect your signature: make it digital

Traditional signatures, wet ink on paper, are not hard to forge if you’re a forger. When there were no easy or cost-effective alternatives, wet signatures, along with their issues, was the way to go. But times have changed. With scanners, computers, faxes and modern printers, it is now...

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Digital Signatures for online customers, clients, and other external signers

In my last column , I discussed how your customers, clients, and similar signers can sign documents in the presence of your staff member. A key part of the process is authenticating the signer. When your staff member and the signer are together, it’s easy for your staffer to ask for ID....

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Signatures for your customers, clients, and other external signers

At the AIIM webinar about SharePoint and digital signatures last week (you can watch the webinar on demand here ), I briefly discussed how a hospital customer is enabling hospital staff and patients to sign paperwork online. A webinar participant wondered how this works since you wouldn&rsquo...

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Digital Signatures for SharePoint Data

Digital Signatures for SharePoint Data Much of the time, “electronic signature” and “digital signature” refer to signing a document by using the computer instead of a pen. But digital signatures can also be used to sign data. Intermission: Larry Kluger Live For more...

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Digital Signatures: Everything you want to know

Why a blog on digital signatures? Because you asked! Or to be more precise, because for years, AIIM members have turned out in large numbers to learn about digital signatures from AIIM webinars, seminars, and reports. Six hundred people registered for the last AIIM digital signature webinar in...

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A not-so-brave world of paper

AIIM President John Mancini wrote a post recently called " The Brave New World of Scanning and Capture - Really? " that addressed some of the information management challenges associated with buying a car. I just had the opportunity to refinance my house and as I went through that...

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Brooklyn Nets Are Occupying IT

NBA superstar point guard Deron Williams signed a new $98 million dollar contract with the Brooklyn Nets earlier this week. What makes this story of particular interest to informational professionals is that he signed it on an iPad using an app called, "SignNow." Immediately when...

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5 Myths about Document Automation and Electronic Forms

Originally published at Digital Landfill How do you do more with less? Reduce your reliance on paper processes and start automating your workflow? Can you really create a paperless office? Why has this been a pipe dream until now? Myth #1: You can scan your way to a paperless office. ...

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Getting "Real" about forms in Real Estate

Every industry imaginable could benefit from the integration of a truly electronic capture strategy. By fully electronic, I mean electronic from acorn to oak tree, starting with eForms in the cloud and ending with fully usable data in your organization, not starting with paper to scanner to web...

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