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E-Signature Could Save 3 in 4 Legal Professionals from Daily Admin

Almost three-quarters (73 percent) of legal professionals are signing documents on a daily basis, with manual admin distracting from legal practice and executing expertise. This is the finding of research by DocuSign into the digital…
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Beyond eIDAS: Law Commission Supports Binding Legality of Electronic Signatures

On Tuesday, 21st August 2018 The Law Commission — an independent body established by an act of Parliament in 1965 to examine legal developments in England and Wales — published their Electronic Execution of Documents consultation…
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Think Big: How to Sustain Growth as a Small Business

Small business survival rates in the UK are as high as 91 percent after one year of trading. After five years, however, research indicates just four in ten small businesses will still be trading[1]. The…
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Discover the Breakout Sessions at Momentum London

One of the reasons why Momentum London is so popular every year is our breakout sessions – and 2018 will be bringing you more. Momentum London’s breakout sessions are an opportunity for our experts and…
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Interact with DocuSign’s System of Agreement Platform in the Momentum London Demo Zone

What happens before and after the signature requires the same acceleration that e-signature has brought to the signing process. And at this year’s Momentum London, we’ll be showcasing our vision for a modern, fully digital,…
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Written Signatures Becoming a Security Risk Amidst Handwriting’s Decline

More people are facing a security risk that leaves them open to identity theft and fraud: they cannot produce two written signatures that look the same. A national study has found more than half of…
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Why Fax is Not the Healthy Choice for Healthcare

Despite many assuming the fax machine to be in its death throes, the medium continues to be resuscitated by embedded legacy systems and security fears. Now research has revealed that the NHS has 9,000 fax…
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