A white paper detailing the security features and architecture of core Adobe Document Cloud services is now available. The new Adobe Document Cloud combines a completely re-imagined Adobe Acrobat with the power of e-signatures. Now you can edit, sign, send and track documents wherever you are—across desktop, mobile and web. This paper covers the key regulations and standards Document Cloud adheres to, the security architecture of the offering, and describes its core capabilities for protecting sensitive information. You can download this paper now from adobe.com.
Senior Marketing Strategy Manager
On Wednesday, don’t be concerned/scared/shocked if you see your sales people looking somewhat calmer, your legal counsel winces a little less when you crack a lawyer joke, your chief risk officer smiles at you, and your controller pulls you over and eagerly points to the latest revenue figures.
Why? June 30th is the tenth anniversary of the US federal law that made their lives easier by putting electronic signatures on equal footing with wet ink! That’s right: 10 years ago tomorrow, President Bill Clinton digitally signed into law the ESIGN Act (eSignAct.pdf).
How is this important? The electronic signatures legalized with the ESIGN Act produce dramatic, real-world benefits for Adobe’s customers.