DocuSign offers a full-featured platform to bring people to agreement. Individuals can already sign with all signature levels defined by the European regulation, known as electronic IDentification, Authentication and trust Services, or eIDAS.
In collaboration with select early access customers, DocuSign is introducing advanced electronic seals to its feature set, enabling companies to digitally seal documents. Electronic seals can be used by companies to show origin and integrity of documents at a given step of an agreement workflow. You can learn more about electronic seals in this European Commission Q&A.
The DocuSign Java SDK was updated throughout the project to enable customers with early access to continue working with our public APIs using a trusted and maintained environment. For DocuSign developers who are already taking advantage of Standards Based Signatures, the new Java SDK will enable early access the new electronic seals functionality. Don’t yet have this? For a limited time, you can apply to be an early adopter by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are announcing our new Java SDK here at Devoxx France, where we are a silver sponsor. Devoxx is organized by the Java community – this is the seventh – bringing together 3000 developers for 3 days at the Palais de Congres in Paris. Devoxx is very proud to be organized by developers, for developers, with a combination of long format and workshops for a broad range of topics from Web to Security to Cloud Computing. Devoxx offers 230 topics which were chosen from more than 900 applications.
Devoxx France is part of the family of Devoxx conferences (Belgium, England, Poland, Morocco and USA). The community brings together more than 10,000 developers around the world.
- Questions & Answers on Trust Services under eIDAS
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