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Final report from London-based hack-for-good to benefit Team Rubicon UK and streamline disaster relief efforts

It’s inspiring to see all the ways that technology can make a difference in disaster response situations. As covered in this Diginomica article, we teamed up with Team Rubicon UK to continue the tradition of…
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The New eiDAS Regulation in Europe and its Impact on North America

There is a big change coming in terms of the legal recognition of electronic signatures in Europe. Take a look below on what the new regulations will promise in terms of making cross-border trusted transactions…
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Expanded Chinese Language Support: Just in Time for Summer

Business today is global, but in reality, language (and signatures) are local in nature. As part of my job leading the development of global features and internationalization of DocuSign, I make sure that the languages…
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Why going paperless will put money back into your pocket

Why going paperless will put money back into your pocket Did you know that every year, every Aussie office worker uses about 10,000 sheets of A4 paper, with approx. 50 per cent going straight in…
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4 Reasons to Register for the Salesforce World Tour Wherever You Are (but especially in London)

The Salesforce World Tour is pulling into the ExCeL Centre in London next month for one of the final stops on the European tour. Separate to its Dreamforce counterpart, The World Tour events are one…
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Why HR best practice starts with the offer letter

The UK economy is heating up, and the competition for hiring new talent is at fever pitch. We’re seeing small businesses grow in size and number, with staff being brought onboard rapidly to fill sales,…
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The Irish tech renaissance continues, and we’re excited to be a part of it

Dublin’s tech scene is thriving. Following in the (rather large) footprints of Facebook and Google, technology start-ups from all over the world are assembling in Dublin. AirBnB, Amazon, LinkedIn and Twitter, to name a few,…
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