Remote working has quickly become the new normal. Many businesses that were initially sceptical have experienced the benefits and many will likely continue with remote working long after it’s necessary.
In our latest industries blog we are focusing on natural resources.
Producers of major commodities (coal, iron ore, oil, natural gas) are realising great efficiencies through technology but in a low-growth environment there are opportunities to extend these benefits into broader operational areas.
In an international business environment, signing solutions that work across borders are essential. And with approval chains growing, in size and complexity, solutions that save time whilst providing high-security, compliant signatures are invaluable.
Continuing our ‘industries’ series, this blog focuses on insurance providers and the benefits of e-signatures for underwriters.
On 5th November, Ascertia is launching the SigningHub Winter ’18 release (v7.7). This release includes the ability to support the new rules for Qualified Remote Signing with Level 2 Sole Control using the new ADSS Server SAM appliance which is currently undergoing EAL4+ Common Criteria certification (final stages!).
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On 20th January 2018, Ascertia is launching the SigningHub Winter ’18 release (v7.4). This release is all about improved speed and usability ensuring that all of the new and exciting features deliver you, our customers and partners, a great experience - thank you for your feedback!
On 9th September 2017, Ascertia launched the SigningHub Autumn ’17 release (v7.3). This release includes powerful performance enhancements, additional API calls and expanded user functionality to enable the ultimate signing experience!
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in May 2018 across the EU, changing the way businesses record and store personal data. A year from now may seem a way off but businesses need to consider their GDPR strategies sooner rather than later to ensure compliance.
Cloud is fast becoming the new normal for businesses. A recent survey by Intel revealed that in the next 16 months 80% of IT budgets will be invested in cloud technology. Considering the many benefits it is no surprise that companies are considering the move to the cloud.