The digitization of the workplace is changing the traditional way of signing documents. OpenText and other ECM vendors now offer solutions that enable organizations to achieve the same level of authenticity inherent in traditional wet signatures, but to truly integrate this into your existing business process you often need a little additional support.
Welcome to the fourth and final post in our Essential Guide to Online Signatures series. So far we’ve reviewed the online signing process and talked about the differences between electronic and digital signatures. This final post examines one final signature that is a part of the online signing process – a graphical signature. For the […]
People tend to refer to digital signatures as electronic or vice versa, but as we’ve already established, electronic signatures are vastly different from the digital ones. So let’s dig into what exactly is a digital signature. Let’s take a step back and look at the security concerns surrounding paper-based documents and workflows. The most common […]
Is a zebra black with white stripes or white with black stripes? I think many people ask the same question regarding electronic and digital signatures. For the past several years I’ve noticed how frequently the terms electronic signature and digital signature are misused and thrown around loosely, which compelled me to introduce some clarity on […]
When was the last time you used a pen to apply a wet signature to a business document? It’s been a while, right? As organizations adopt paper-free processes and automate their document-based workflows, the need to apply a wet signature on a document will slowly, but surely, become obsolete. So put your pens down – […]