In our digital society, many of us rely on the Internet for record keeping. Think about the last time you used a credit card to fill your car with gas. Chances are you didn't take the paper receipt—or you threw it away because you didn't want to add more paper clutter to your life (or your car). Most of us don’t mind forgoing this physical proof-of-purchase because we know that evidence of our purchase will be in our electronic bank statement.Read More
Digital Signature News from SIGNiX
Most transactions now happen outside the United States, beyond the jurisdiction of our laws. According to the International Trade Administration, more than 70 percent of the globe’s purchasing power is located outside of the U.S.Read More
At SIGNiX, we offer our customers security, affordability and convenience through our electronic signature services. And when our customers speak, we listen! In order to improve the overall signing experience and to make it more intuitive, personalized and pleasant we have implemented ten new enhancements:Read More
Think all e-signatures are the same? Think again! Electronic signatures may be easy to use, but most solutions don’t include the long-term legal evidence you need, leaving you at risk. John Harris, our SVP of product management, addressed this issue last week at BAI Payments Connect. Here's what he had to say:Read More
In the intricate, highly sophisticated world of application development, there’s obviously a lot of attention paid to a number of moving parts. From aesthetic design to mobile responsiveness to functionality, there’s not much you can ignore.Read More
Given that Valentine’s Day was last week, it had us thinking about the things we love about what we do and where we work. It’s fun to be part of an industry that’s always changing, and it’s rewarding to know that your company’s products help people – whether they are saving money by ditching paper or saving precious time with the convenience of digital signatures.
Unfortunately, a Gallup survey finds this love of work isn't exactly the norm. The survey shows that less than one-third of American workers were engaged in their jobs last year. That means they weren’t involved in, enthusiastic about or committed to their work or workplace.Read More
Last March the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced new guidelines for electronic signatures for e-filing tax return Forms 8878 and 8879. This meant that handwritten signatures or signatures captured on signature pads were no longer the only form accepted. These new rules give taxpayers an attractive new option for tax season, allowing them to receive their tax refunds more quickly (and easily) than ever before.Read More
In 2014, there were so many major data breaches that it’s barely even news when millions of customer profiles are compromised. It’s easy to think that hackers will find a way to break into our systems no matter what we do. But you might be surprised to find that one simple precaution could protect you from hackers—two-factor authentication.
A recent article in PCWorld warned that companies are setting themselves up for a hack if they don’t take advantage of two-factor authentication.Read More
This week, President Barack Obama announced that he will push for cybersecurity legislation following the recent cyber attacks against Sony and the Pentagon’s Central Command. The White House plans to revive existing cybersecurity legislation that has been stalled for several years.
“Now, our first order of business is making sure that we do everything to harden sites and prevent those kinds of attacks from taking place,” President Obama said. “But even as we get better, the hackers are going to get better, too. Some of them are going to be state actors; some of them are going to be non-state actors. All of them are going to be sophisticated, and many of them can do some damage.”Read More