Could digital signatures spell the end of the line for paper archival companies? article by Maeson Maherry
People, and more recently, companies, have been keeping archives for centuries. Humans and institutions need to record and preserve information, transactions, contracts and records. Paper has been the most common means of documenting and storing information, and paper archives are still in use today, much as they have been for hundreds of years. The move to digital documents and the development of electronic signatures, and the means to securely create, sign and store digital documents, is changing the landscape, however.