23 Apr 2020

Technologists Think RSign, With E-Sign Searches up 500%

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April marks a new phase of global work-from-home migration, as businesspeople are now tasked with powering through crisis anxieties to keep the economy moving. It is the spirit of those who make the extra effort to help their clients in times like these who should be applauded — millions of insurance, property, financial, health care, law, and accounting professionals and their firms along with business and government workers of all kinds, everywhere. In... Read more...

17 Apr 2020

The “New” Haves and Have Nots

It wasn’t too long ago when the term “acclimated” did not mean you were adjusted to high altitude at your favorite rocky mountain ski resort. In the mid-1800’s, it meant you had survived a bout of yellow fever (which had a 50% kill rate) and were now immune. Those acclimated were the lucky “haves” of the time. They were more employable; they wined and dined with socialites; and they lived without fear and anxiety... Read more...

10 Apr 2020

American-Hearted-Mike Trapped in London & Your Web Video Personality

We thought we would share some work-from-home tech tips recorded by readers of Tech Essentials in the spirit of today’s crisis mindset, which is bringing out the best of people – businesses helping businesses and friends helping friends. Caution. These three home videos were shot from the home of a business professional – interesting in this new world of video meetings how people are starting to express their personality with their hats and... Read more...

05 Apr 2020

The Government is Dropping Money Out of Helicopters. FOMO.

The Government is Dropping Money from Helicopters. And every American business is trying to catch some of it, any of it, and fast. Surely there won’t be enough to support payroll for every small business in America for 2-3 months. What then? Two trillion dollars sounds like a lot — but much of it is to support big brands and big business. Fear of missing out (FOMO) strikes again. What if these government “helicopters” drop... Read more...

05 Apr 2020

RSign Makes E-Signing Payroll Protection Program, Loan Applications, Free and Easy for Bankers and their Small Businesses Clients

More banking clients self-install RSign using RPost’s E-Sign & E-Security (Free) Work-from-Home Readiness Program to quickly, freely and easily e-sign Payroll Protection Program and other Loan applications. Industry organizations across sectors have joined RPost’s coalition to make their small business clients aware of these e-sign and e-security tools and how to access them free with RPost’s crisis software donation program (see... Read more...

30 Mar 2020

Is Dish Soap the Next Great Shampoo?

Many of us are getting a bit paranoid with this virus – is it everywhere, does it waft in from the air and land in our hair, or is it nowhere near? Convinced that anti-bacterial dish soap will kill the virus in hair better than shampoo (even though a virus is not bacteria) we try. Maybe it does work better? Why not try it if it may help protect us? Why not try some tech tips that may help protect you in the cyberworld – plus help you get things... Read more...

01 Apr 2019

The E-Sign Revolution and its Evolution

Impressions of e-signatures today still depend on who you ask. Many users report e-signatures today as “a life saver”, but some still think of e-signature services as “scary to use” or “simply not trustworthy”. What a contrast, depending on who you ask and what services people have been exposed to. In RPost’s recent customer survey with more than 2,000 corporate respondents, the comment that seemed to sum up the overall e-sign experience... Read more...

07 Dec 2018

Not All TLS is Created Equal

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Many, many software service sales professionals throw around security phrases to make cyber security sound simple. Today, as technologies advance and threats get ever more sophisticated, encrypting email for privacy compliance is not getting simpler. The devil (hacker) is in the details. Here, we will try to (in a simple manner) decipher a commonly referred to catch all for security, TLS, and explain why the details are important. “Not all TLS is... Read more...

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30 Nov 2018

Your Spit is Your Real Government ID

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The DHS is using Congress’ “Real ID” Act of 2005 to require all US states to issue new, more robust IDs for air travel originating in the United States (source). Has the DHS missed the real opportunity, to consider today’s state of technology? There are already millions upon millions of dollars being spent to upgrade every citizen’s driver’s license to a “Real ID”. Why not, in the same process, associate each one’s retina scan, fingerprint,... Read more...

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09 Feb 2018

The Thrill of a Live Experience

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Why do humans prefer live events vs. recorded ones, even though recorded, tape delayed or on-demand events provide the same sensory experience? The 2018 Winter Olympics have begun and even though it is happening on the other side of the world in Pyeongchang, South Korea, (17 hours ahead PST), NBC will be doing its coverage live this year instead of on tape delay. The ratings for the 2016 Rio Summer Games were down by double digits as the complaints... Read more...