This article is the second of a four-part series on RSign and how its feature richness and affordability will get you best-in-class, scalable eSignature software that will save you a lot of time and money. This week, we focus on service…
Based on the popularity of our Email Eavesdropping™ series run over the last 4 weeks, we’re going to start up a new four-part series this week. We’ll be focusing on RSign and how it’s feature richness and affordability will get you best-in-class, scalable e-signature software that will save you a lot of time and money.
Beam Me To A World Of (Secure) Digital Efficiencies For some odd reason, we at Tech Essentials will often bring up famous quotations that were in fact never uttered by the person to whom the quotation is attributed. The last example of this was back in April when we wrote about “Nice Guys Finish Last”, […]
Robert Bond, one of the world’s premier legal experts in data privacy and information security, just hosted an exclusive webinar where he presented a number of practical reasons why every legal professional needs to do more than just use standard Microsoft Outlook or other basic technologies when corresponding with clients, other legal counsel, the courts […]
Openwave Messaging has elected to embed RMail® into the email user interface for 400 million end users who access email through their local telecommunications operator or ISP. This is the first time secure email encryption has been deployed in the market on such a grand scale. RMail® is powered by RPost’s patented Registered Email technology.
In a society that embraces online shopping, GPS location tracking, mobile texting and email anytime and anywhere, it is no wonder that technology’s promise of convenience continues to overrule many peoples’ instincts to protect and secure their private information.
A 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling seems to cement the notion that one’s electronic footprints and communications are fair game for unfettered search and seizure (i.e.: are not protected by 4th Amendment rights).
Each year, technological advancements make our lives easier, more productive, and more enjoyable. Last week, we made the first of three weekly predictions on technology trends we think will manifest in 2017. Here’s our second prediction:
The average Internet user has over 100 online accounts, according to Dashlane. Who on earth can keep track of that many accounts? No one really. That’s why millions of people use password managers to keep their passwords encrypted and organized. Typically, password managers are apps that encrypt and store your passwords in the cloud or […]
$4 Billion: The True Cost of a Data Breach Equifax has lost over $4 Billion or about 25% of its market value as well as the CEO, CIO and Chief Security Officer, following the data breach announced in early September. Over 50 class action lawsuits have already been filed against the Company and there may […]
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