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RPost Sues Adobe and EchoSign for Infringing Five Patents

July 19, 2011 / in News / by RPost

RPost Sues Adobe for Patent Infringement of RPost-Pioneered Technology for Electronic Signature Services that Adobe Now Employs Through its EchoSign Acquisition LOS ANGELES, CA — Jul 19, 2011 — RPost, the inventor of Registered Email® services and a pioneer of electronic signature services announced today that it has brought suit against Adobe related to [...]

CIO: Adobe, EchoSign Face Patent Infringement Suit

July 19, 2011 / in News / by RPost

by John Ribeiro – CIO IDG News Service — Adobe Systems (ADBE) and EchoSign, the electronic signatures company it acquired Monday, were sued on Tuesday by RPost, another electronic signature services company, for alleged infringement of five of its patents relating to electronic signature services. RPost, which s [...]

eWeek: RPost Sues Adobe Over EchoSign Electronic Signature Technology

July 19, 2011 / in News / by RPost

by Darryl K. Taft – eWeek RPost, a maker of electronic signature technology, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Adobe Systems for the technology Adobe acquired in buying EchoSign. RPost has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Adobe Systems and EchoSign, which [...]

CNET: Adobe Sued by RPost Over EchoSign Technology

July 19, 2011 / in News / by RPost

by Josh Lowensohn – cnet The day after acquiring EchoSign for its electronic signature technology, Adobe Systems and EchoSign are being sued by a company that claims EchoSign’s technology infringes on five of its patents. Los Angeles-based RPost this morning filed a lawsuit against Adobe and EchoSign in the U.S. Distri [...]

PCWorld: Adobe Gets Bonus with EchoSign–a Patent Lawsuit

July 19, 2011 / in News / by RPost

by Tony Bradley – PC World Adobe moved to bring digital document signing into the mainstream with the purchase of EchoSign. The EchoSign acquisition comes with some additional baggage as well, though, in the form of a patent infringement lawsuit from RPost. RPost filed suit against Adobe and EchoSign clai [...]

Tech Crunch: Patent Lawsuit From RPost Could Spell Trouble For Adobe / EchoSign

July 19, 2011 / in News / by RPost

by Robin Wauters – TechCrunch The ink on the acquisition agreement documents signed – perhaps electronically – by Adobe and e-signature technology company EchoSign hasn’t even dried yet, and already dark clouds appear on the horizon. An EchoSign rival called RPost, a [...]

BlueTie and RPost Partner; Set the Standard for Hosted Business Email for ISPs

July 08, 2011 / in News / by RPost

RPost’s Registered Email Service and Email Encryption Services Now Integrated into BlueTie’s Hosted Email Platform Rochester, New York and Los Angeles, CA – July 8, 2010 — BlueTie, the leading provider of email hosting and collaboration solutions for small to mid-sized businesses and service providers worldwide, supporting more than 230,000 busi [...]

RPost Sues DocuSign for Infringing Four Patents

July 07, 2011 / in News / by RPost

DocuSign Infringes on RPost-Pioneered Technology for Electronic Signature Services to Record Email Recipient Consent. LOS ANGELES, CA — Jul 7, 2011 — RPost, the inventor of Registered Email services and a pioneer of electronic signature services, announced today that it has brought suit against DocuSign for infringing [...]

RPost Email Encryption Upgrade Adds Enterprise Security Intelligence

June 21, 2011 / in News / by RPost

Award winning RPost releases email encryption service upgrade with enterprise security intelligence, auditable proof of compliance with data privacy rules, and tandem access across desktop, mobile, and browser apps. GARTNER Security & Risk Management Summit, National Harbor, MD – June 21, 2011 — RPost, the inventor of Registered Email services, today re [...]

Post & Parcel: Colombia’s Post Reborn

June 17, 2011 / in News / by RPost

John Modd and James Cartledge talk to the head of Colombia’s national postal service, Juan Ernesto Vargas Uribe. Creating a new post A little over four years ago Colombia’s state postal service, Adpostal, went into liquidation. Crippled by pension liabilities, the postal operator had a negative net worth and a mail market [...]