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In this process, an essential role is played by the digital signature (NIST, 1994), the instrument through which the content of an electronic document and its issuer are authenticated in an almost infallible manner.
Attempting to fill this larger need in digital signatures is public key infrastructure (PKI).
Digital signatures are based on techniques used in cryptology.
It now provides guidelines for the use of digital signatures in private communications.
There's a whole lot of areas where digital signatures are crucial.
Watch a 2-minute video outlining how digital signatures help engineering firms deliver better, faster and cheaper service to their clients.
Two approaches to retaining digital signatures in records are emerging.
ARX's CoSign[R] standard digital signature solution passes JITC certification tests, confirms CoSign's compliance with US DoD PKI standards.
Moreover, the federal government has made it mandatory that all agencies make their public documents available electronically and enable the use of digital signatures by October 2003.
To learn more about digital signatures in SharePoint, watch a digital signatures for SharePoint demo.
Metadata in the form of digital signatures bound to the contents of individual documents will become more commonplace in the next decade.
SAN FRANCISCO -- ARX (Algorithmic Research), a leading provider of digital signature solutions, is proud to have co-sponsored a first-of-its-kind research conducted by AIIM on the use and benefits of digital signatures, entitled 'Digital Signatures for Document Workflow and SharePoint'.

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