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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Digital Signatures for Contract Management

    As organizations move to implement custom and off-the-shelf contract management applications, many of these systems fail to provide appropriate electronic approval and signing features. This creates a major gap in the workflow and execution of a contract, requiring organizations to re-introduce paper into their automated contract management workflow, slowing collaborative...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Digital Signatures for Human Resource Uses

    It is not unusual for Human Resource (HR) specialists to find themselves buried under tons of paperwork requiring signatures. These professionals know that today's process for reviewing, approving, and archiving HR documentation consumes a tremendous amount of time and money. As a result, electronic documents are increasingly used in various...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Using the CoSign Control Panel

    The Graphical Signature Management application enables one to view all graphical signatures and create a new graphical signature. This graphical signature can be attached to all Microsoft Word, Excel, InfoPath, TIFF, and PDF documents that one signs. The User, Designer and Admin options of the CoSign Control Panel menu bar...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Universal Signing With OmniSign

    This paper describes how to use the CoSign OmniSign application to manage all digital signature related operations in a PDF document, and sign any printable data from any application. The major benefits offered by OmniSign include Sign non-PDF documents by using the document's application File - Print command. While CoSign...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Signing Office 2000/XP/2003 Documents

    The basic signing process consists of placing signature place-holders (or signature fields) in the desired locations in the document, and signing each field. After signing, one can validate the signatures. Validation assures one that the document was not modified after it was signed and that a trusted CA approved the...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Digital Signatures for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server: A Digital Signature for Microsoft SharePoint

    CoSign for SharePoint is a solution that extends digital signature capabilities to the Microsoft SharePoint environment. CoSign for SharePoint is designed specifically for integration with Microsoft SharePoint, enabling users to seamlessly sign PDF documents, lists and records centrally located on the SharePoint server via the SharePoint interface. This enables signature-based...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Signing in Microsoft Office 2007 Documents

    CoSign enables one to add digital signatures, as well as graphical signatures, to .docx and .xlsx Office 2007 documents using a special plug-in called ARX Signature Line Provider. The basic signing process consists of placing signature place-holders (or signature fields) in the desired locations in the document, and signing each...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Digitally Signing Outlook Emails

    Microsoft Outlook includes tools for sending and receiving digitally signed emails. CoSign integrates with Outlook by managing public and private keys and certificates. This enables one to easily sign emails in Outlook. Before one can send signed email messages, one must configure Outlook to associate ones certificate with ones email...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Digital Signatures Coming Soon to a Document Near You

    Thinking of all the stacks of papers with wet signatures makes a tree-hugger weep. Companies invest 6-figure budgets into automating their business process and workflows yet find themselves still printing papers for a wet signature. Name any sectors or vertical market and one will find projects that are held up...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures for SaaS Applications: Increasing Value and Collaboration

    In many SaaS applications there is a need to regularly complete various documentation, forms, and transactions that also require approvals in the form of an electronic signature. In addition, the electronic records created must be verified and trusted by any recipient around the world - this means parties inside a...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures Keep Your Engineering Operations Moving

    From design through project completion, engineers no longer need to print a hard copy original, physically route it to get the required signatures and professional stamps, and then scan into an electronic form. By replacing traditional ink signatures and stamps, CoSign fully automates processes, increases operational efficiencies, and keeps business...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures and HIPAA

    HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 19961) is a set of regulations developed by various government agencies and members of the health industry. It's designed to protect patient rights, and simplify the process of passing authorized information from one approved industry entity to another. HIPAA contains a set...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Digital Signatures for Open Text eDOCS DM

    CoSign makes it easy to digitally sign transactions, documents and records in eDOCS environment by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof of...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures for Xerox DocuShare

    CoSign allows Xerox DocuShare Compliance Module users to digitally sign transactions, documents and records by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof of...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Digital Signatures for Oracle Universal Content Management

    CoSign makes it easy for Oracle UCM users to digitally sign transactions, documents and records by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Enabling Digital Signatures in e-Invoicing

    Companies are searching for ways to drive costs down, increase their efficiency and deliver prompt customer service, especially during these times of economic uncertainties. Transitioning to a paperless environment that issues electronic invoices (e-Invoices) is simple and efficient way to achieve these goals. By eliminating the need to mail and...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Digital Signature Compliance: How to Sign Off on It

    As trends continue to show that organizations are migrating their businesses to electronic workflows, studies convey that the upside of these transformations are significant, with electronic workflows saving time and diminishing the costs of paper-related expenses such as printing and physical archiving. However, once these organizations have put an electronic...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signatures for the Pharmaceutical Industry

    Typical examples of digital signature use within the pharmaceutical industry include systems and processes such as electronic submissions, RA/QA, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), clinical operations, manufacturing instructions, electronic batch records, Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELN), field service operations, secure document exchange with external parties and partners, as well as the wealth...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signatures for Records Management: Audit Efficiency With CoSign Digital Signatures

    A typical example of digital signature use within Records Management System is a situation in which a document must be signed by more than one signer. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with a URL pointing...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signatures for Insurance Applications

    Insurance organizations and agents know that today's process for reviewing, approving, and archiving paper-based insurance documentation consumes a tremendous amount of time and money. As such, insurance companies are moving away from traditional, time-consuming paper processes and searching for new and innovative technologies to improve efficiencies. As a result, electronic...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signature System - Ten Tips for Selecting the Best Electronic Signature Solution

    As the traditional "Paper-based" world gives way to digital documentation and transactions, enterprises are demanding innovative solutions for digitally signing and authenticating such documents, files, and forms with iron-clad protection against forgery. Solutions must guarantee non-repudiation and promise the same level of security and trust that exists with conventional documentation....

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signature System - Ten Tips for Selecting the Best Digital Signature Solution

    As the traditional "Paper-Based" world gives way to digital documentation and transactions, enterprises are demanding innovative solutions for digitally signing and authenticating such documents, files, and forms with iron-clad protection against forgery. Solutions must guarantee non-repudiation and promise the same level of security and trust that exists with conventional documentation....

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Digital Signatures for Laserfiche

    CoSign for Laserfiche adds digital signatures to the Laserfiche environment simply and intuitively, enabling electronic signing and sealing of documents within the Laserfiche repository and workflow. CoSign makes it easy to digitally sign transactions, documents and records by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures for Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System

    A typical example of the use of digital signatures within the Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System involves a user making a change to a document. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with a URL directing them...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures for Document Management

    A typical example of digital signature use within a Document Management System is a situation in which a document must be signed by more than one signer. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with a URL...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures for Document Management in Life Sciences

    A typical example of digital signature use within a life science Document Management solution is a situation in which a document must be signed by more than one signer. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    CoSign Digital Signatures for Engineering

    CoSign makes it easy to digitally sign documents and drawings by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof of identity, intent, and document...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    CoSign Digital Signatures for Healthcare

    Physicians, nurses, health plan providers and other professionals in the healthcare industry are often buried under tons of paperwork requiring signatures. These professionals know that today's process for reviewing, approving, and archiving healthcare documentation consumes a tremendous amount of time and money. As a result, electronic documents are increasingly used...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures and the Hidden Costs of PKI

    The implementation of a digital signature (standard electronic signature) solution can expedite and secure business operations, reduce costs, advance business processes, and improve an organization's competitive advantage. However, if an organization implements an incompatible digital signature solution, it could end up costing thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signatures for the Pharmaceutical Industry

    Typical examples of digital signature use within the pharmaceutical industry include systems and processes such as electronic submissions, RA/QA, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), clinical operations, manufacturing instructions, electronic batch records, Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELN), field service operations, secure document exchange with external parties and partners, as well as the wealth...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures and HIPAA

    HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 19961) is a set of regulations developed by various government agencies and members of the health industry. It's designed to protect patient rights, and simplify the process of passing authorized information from one approved industry entity to another. HIPAA contains a set...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Enabling Digital Signatures in e-Invoicing

    Companies are searching for ways to drive costs down, increase their efficiency and deliver prompt customer service, especially during these times of economic uncertainties. Transitioning to a paperless environment that issues electronic invoices (e-Invoices) is simple and efficient way to achieve these goals. By eliminating the need to mail and...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Digital Signatures for Contract Management

    As organizations move to implement custom and off-the-shelf contract management applications, many of these systems fail to provide appropriate electronic approval and signing features. This creates a major gap in the workflow and execution of a contract, requiring organizations to re-introduce paper into their automated contract management workflow, slowing collaborative...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures for Document Management

    A typical example of digital signature use within a Document Management System is a situation in which a document must be signed by more than one signer. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with a URL...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Digital Signatures for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server: A Digital Signature for Microsoft SharePoint

    CoSign for SharePoint is a solution that extends digital signature capabilities to the Microsoft SharePoint environment. CoSign for SharePoint is designed specifically for integration with Microsoft SharePoint, enabling users to seamlessly sign PDF documents, lists and records centrally located on the SharePoint server via the SharePoint interface. This enables signature-based...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures for Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System

    A typical example of the use of digital signatures within the Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System involves a user making a change to a document. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with a URL directing them...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signatures for Records Management: Audit Efficiency With CoSign Digital Signatures

    A typical example of digital signature use within Records Management System is a situation in which a document must be signed by more than one signer. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with a URL pointing...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures for Xerox DocuShare

    CoSign allows Xerox DocuShare Compliance Module users to digitally sign transactions, documents and records by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof of...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Digital Signatures for Laserfiche

    CoSign for Laserfiche adds digital signatures to the Laserfiche environment simply and intuitively, enabling electronic signing and sealing of documents within the Laserfiche repository and workflow. CoSign makes it easy to digitally sign transactions, documents and records by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Digital Signatures for Oracle Universal Content Management

    CoSign makes it easy for Oracle UCM users to digitally sign transactions, documents and records by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Digital Signatures for Open Text eDOCS DM

    CoSign makes it easy to digitally sign transactions, documents and records in eDOCS environment by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof of...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Signing in Microsoft Office 2007 Documents

    CoSign enables one to add digital signatures, as well as graphical signatures, to .docx and .xlsx Office 2007 documents using a special plug-in called ARX Signature Line Provider. The basic signing process consists of placing signature place-holders (or signature fields) in the desired locations in the document, and signing each...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Signing Office 2000/XP/2003 Documents

    The basic signing process consists of placing signature place-holders (or signature fields) in the desired locations in the document, and signing each field. After signing, one can validate the signatures. Validation assures one that the document was not modified after it was signed and that a trusted CA approved the...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Digitally Signing Outlook Emails

    Microsoft Outlook includes tools for sending and receiving digitally signed emails. CoSign integrates with Outlook by managing public and private keys and certificates. This enables one to easily sign emails in Outlook. Before one can send signed email messages, one must configure Outlook to associate ones certificate with ones email...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Universal Signing With OmniSign

    This paper describes how to use the CoSign OmniSign application to manage all digital signature related operations in a PDF document, and sign any printable data from any application. The major benefits offered by OmniSign include Sign non-PDF documents by using the document's application File - Print command. While CoSign...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Using the CoSign Control Panel

    The Graphical Signature Management application enables one to view all graphical signatures and create a new graphical signature. This graphical signature can be attached to all Microsoft Word, Excel, InfoPath, TIFF, and PDF documents that one signs. The User, Designer and Admin options of the CoSign Control Panel menu bar...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures and the Hidden Costs of PKI

    The implementation of a digital signature (standard electronic signature) solution can expedite and secure business operations, reduce costs, advance business processes, and improve an organization's competitive advantage. However, if an organization implements an incompatible digital signature solution, it could end up costing thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signature System - Ten Tips for Selecting the Best Electronic Signature Solution

    As the traditional "Paper-based" world gives way to digital documentation and transactions, enterprises are demanding innovative solutions for digitally signing and authenticating such documents, files, and forms with iron-clad protection against forgery. Solutions must guarantee non-repudiation and promise the same level of security and trust that exists with conventional documentation....

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Digital Signature Compliance: How to Sign Off on It

    As trends continue to show that organizations are migrating their businesses to electronic workflows, studies convey that the upside of these transformations are significant, with electronic workflows saving time and diminishing the costs of paper-related expenses such as printing and physical archiving. However, once these organizations have put an electronic...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signature System - Ten Tips for Selecting the Best Digital Signature Solution

    As the traditional "Paper-Based" world gives way to digital documentation and transactions, enterprises are demanding innovative solutions for digitally signing and authenticating such documents, files, and forms with iron-clad protection against forgery. Solutions must guarantee non-repudiation and promise the same level of security and trust that exists with conventional documentation....

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Digital Signatures Coming Soon to a Document Near You

    Thinking of all the stacks of papers with wet signatures makes a tree-hugger weep. Companies invest 6-figure budgets into automating their business process and workflows yet find themselves still printing papers for a wet signature. Name any sectors or vertical market and one will find projects that are held up...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures for SaaS Applications: Increasing Value and Collaboration

    In many SaaS applications there is a need to regularly complete various documentation, forms, and transactions that also require approvals in the form of an electronic signature. In addition, the electronic records created must be verified and trusted by any recipient around the world - this means parties inside a...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    CoSign Digital Signatures Keep Your Engineering Operations Moving

    From design through project completion, engineers no longer need to print a hard copy original, physically route it to get the required signatures and professional stamps, and then scan into an electronic form. By replacing traditional ink signatures and stamps, CoSign fully automates processes, increases operational efficiencies, and keeps business...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Digital Signatures for Document Management in Life Sciences

    A typical example of digital signature use within a life science Document Management solution is a situation in which a document must be signed by more than one signer. The originator of the document checks-in the document and routes it to the various signers. Each signer receives an e-mail with...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    CoSign Digital Signatures for Engineering

    CoSign makes it easy to digitally sign documents and drawings by embedding the standard signature technology directly into mainstream business applications. CoSign produces a signature record for every signature it captures. This Portable Signature Format (CoSign PSF) allows anyone to seamlessly verify and retain proof of identity, intent, and document...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    CoSign Digital Signatures for Healthcare

    Physicians, nurses, health plan providers and other professionals in the healthcare industry are often buried under tons of paperwork requiring signatures. These professionals know that today's process for reviewing, approving, and archiving healthcare documentation consumes a tremendous amount of time and money. As a result, electronic documents are increasingly used...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Signatures for Insurance Applications

    Insurance organizations and agents know that today's process for reviewing, approving, and archiving paper-based insurance documentation consumes a tremendous amount of time and money. As such, insurance companies are moving away from traditional, time-consuming paper processes and searching for new and innovative technologies to improve efficiencies. As a result, electronic...

    Provided By ARX

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Digital Signatures for Human Resource Uses

    It is not unusual for Human Resource (HR) specialists to find themselves buried under tons of paperwork requiring signatures. These professionals know that today's process for reviewing, approving, and archiving HR documentation consumes a tremendous amount of time and money. As a result, electronic documents are increasingly used in various...

    Provided By ARX