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Advances over the last several years have led to the development of more efficient ways of doing business. Back in the late 1990s, one way that companies sought to address customers’ changing expectations was by incorporating e-signatures into their business transactions. Today, many organizations use e-signature software to encrypt documents likes sales contracts or employment paperwork that an employee, partner or client needs to provide. And companies have reaped the benefits. The number of worldwide e-signature transactions jumped from 89 million in 2012 to 754 million in 2017.

Today, more and more transactions are being handled online across a broad range of categories. Transactions can be Business-to-Consumer (B2C) and Business-to-Business (B2B), local and international, goods and services, and can be settled using credit cards, bank transfers or peer to peer payment networks. While different approaches have been deployed to ensure the safety of data transmission and to verify the identity of the parties, very little has been done to ensure that the transactions are memorialised in a secure and reliable manner.

ASX-listed services provider, Empired, has announced an ambitious Australian roadmap for its Cohesion cloud-based ECM platform, originally developed for the New Zealand government market.

Eighty-one percent of today’s employees worldwide need access to corporate documents and information on their mobile device, yet 43 percent of the workforce don't have the required access, according to research undertaken by M-Files Corporation.

New Zealand and Dubai have announced a new three-month pilot programme for electronic export certification, a new initiative set to further enhance trade of animal products between the two nations.

Announcing its financial results for the six months ended 31 December 2018, the Citadel Group has highlighted growth in delivery of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions, including the Citadel Information Exchange (IX) cloud ECM platform.

The True Reply platform allows for open-ended data collection via phone or Alexa powered devices. Because of the way it can automatically collect, process and analyze voice-based content, it has the potential to significantly impact recruiting and hiring, changing the way we screen candidates for open positions.

Faced with diminishing returns from ransomware and cryptojacking, cyber criminals are doubling down on alternative methods, such as formjacking, to make money according to Symantec’s annual Internet Security Threat Report.

When asked about the biggest barriers to digital transformation in 2019, nearly one-third of organizations surveyed (30 percent) cited insufficient budget and 22 percent cited the inability to experiment quickly. 'Legacy systems' still present the single biggest barrier at 41 percent of those surveyed. Lack of change management capabilities and relevant skills are also seen as major hurdles in 2019.

In the wake of recent high-profile redaction errors, DocsCorp has published a new industry guide on redaction entitled ‘The ultimate guide to redaction: what works and what doesn’t’.

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