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Synonyms for signature

a distinguishing style

a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program

the sharps or flats that follow the clef and indicate the key

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a sheet with several pages printed on it

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The digital signature is implemented using cryptographic methods with two keys: a private key and a public key, in the concept introduced by Diffie and Hellman, from Stanford University (Diffie & Hellman, 1976).
There are a number of software and service providers that can provide digital signatures and certificates.
Several other states have enacted legislation related to government use of digital signatures.
The RSA method is the most widely used and best-known method for producing such keys for both encrypting messages and creating digital signatures.
At Terracon, a leading AEC firm, signers across 100 different offices digitally approved 150,000 reports within five months of implementing digital signatures, resulting in boosted productivity and substantial cost savings through the elimination of paper-based processes (printing, manual stamping and signing, scanning, priority mailing, archiving, etc.
Every time Corporation Ideal reviews a record or needs it for court, it can show the digital signature being associated with the transaction record.
SAN FRANCISCO -- ARX (Algorithmic Research), the leader in enterprise digital signature solutions, announced today that its CoSign digital signature solution has passed tests as defined by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC).
Digital signatures, a key component of e-commerce, are not new; they can exist in many different forms, including automated teller machines and other computer systems that rely on personal identification numbers (PINs) as a means of authenticating business transactions -- technologies that are several decades old.
C&P Inspection A/S (CPI) uses Microsoft[R] SharePoint[R] Integrated with ARX's CoSign[R] digital signature solution to enable external collaboration and the routing of signed inspection reports via laptop computers.
At the same time, those organizations that have invested in digital signatures claim that streamlined business processes and time savings are among the greatest benefits they enjoy.
The organizations featured in the case studies represent a range of industries, and demonstrate the wide variety of advantages gained from implementing digital signatures into the workflow, such as saved expenses and expedited business processes.
ARX's CoSign[R] Digital Signature Solution is Certified Interoperable with CA Records Manager
Driven by market demand for efficiency and safety, the SAFE digital signature standard resulted from a need to provide a consistent and industry-wide method for managing and utilizing digital signatures.
With today's announcement, legally binding digital signatures are more readily available to biopharmaceutical professionals who need help eliminating the inefficiencies and inaccuracies of paper-based processes while improving end-to-end electronic document workflows.
CoSign allows Council users to replace handwritten signatures, sealing documents written in Word, Excel and PDF, with legally-binding digital signatures.
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