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Let Me Outta Here! Avoiding Vendor Lock-In with Cloud-Based Software

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Pem Guerry 2/10/21 2:00 PM
Let Me Outta Here! Avoiding Vendor Lock-In with Cloud-Based Software

You probably know from personal experience how tough it can be to change from one service provider to another. Think about the last time you changed your Internet service or gym membership. It was probably a pain, and there’s a reason. Most vendors don’t want you to have a seamless transition from their product to a competitor’s.

First Ever Digitally Notarized Deed Uses SIGNiX Digital Signatures

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Emily Maxie 6/17/13 9:14 AM
First Ever Digitally Notarized Deed Uses SIGNiX Digital Signatures

Web conferencing and secure digital signatures used to electronically notarize property deed for American couple living in France.

June 17, 2013—SIGNiX, the leading provider of secure digital signatures, celebrated a milestone last week when its technology was used to facilitate the first ever remote, digitally notarized deed in the United States. An American couple living in France used SIGNiX digital signatures and web conferencing to notarize a property deed in Virginia with the Circuit Court of Alexandria.

Tracking Electronic Signatures and Securing an Audit Trail

John Harris 11/7/12 5:13 PM
Tracking Electronic Signatures and Securing an Audit Trail

The past two weeks have been interesting, right? Yours truly works and lives in southern New York state, and my neighbors and I have had an interesting time dealing with the aftermath of Sandy. Thankfully, my power went out for only a few days, but we know of friends as well as SIGNiX customers that are still without power. And when the temperature dips below freezing, you can understand the hardship that entails. Our thoughts are with those folks and their families, especially with the prospect of a Nor’easter tonight into tomorrow. Ugh.