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DocuSign: How it plans to expand from e-signature to digital transformation engine, agreement cloud

DocuSign made its name via e-signature software for small-to-midsized businesses as well as enterprises. But now increasingly is positioned as a digital transformation engine as enterprises look to go paperless and automate workflows. In a nutshell, DocuSign’s growth strategy revolves around digitizing paper agreements and contracts into a series of processes that take an agreement and turn it into actions… Read more →

Ghost Work and Behind the Screen, book reviews: Lifting the veil on the internet’s secret employment sector

Ghost Work • By Mary L. Gray and Siddarth Suri • Houghton Mifflin • 288 pages • ISBN: 978-1-328-56624-9 • $27 The technology industry loves nothing better than to dress up something old in idealistic language and offer it up as a bright, new benefit. Flea markets existed long before eBay consolidated them into a website; clubs shared cars and friends… Read more →

Ghost Work and Behind the Screen, book reviews: Lifting the veil on the internet’s secret employment sector

Ghost Work • By Mary L. Gray and Siddarth Suri • Houghton Mifflin • 288 pages • ISBN: 978-1-328-56624-9 • $27 The technology industry loves nothing better than to dress up something old in idealistic language and offer it up as a bright, new benefit. Flea markets existed long before eBay consolidated them into a website; clubs shared cars and friends… Read more →

Security lapse exposes personal data of 6,500 Singapore accountants

A folder containing personal data of 6,541 accountants in Singapore was “inadvertently” sent to multiple parties, in a security lapse that was uncovered only months after when a review was conducted. The incident exposed personal details such as names, national identification number, date of birth, and employment information.  The incident occurred under the watch of the Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC),… Read more →

T-Mobile discloses security breach impacting prepaid customers

The US branch of telecommunications giant T-Mobile disclosed a security breach today that impacted a small number of customers of its prepaid service. The company said its cybersecurity team “discovered and shut down malicious, unauthorized access to some information related to your T-Mobile prepaid wireless account.” Exposed data included details such as customer names, billing addresses, phone numbers, account numbers,… Read more →

CISA and VotingWorks release open source post-election auditing tool

Travis Lopes, 30, casts his vote for the U.S. presidential election in the Manhattan borough of New York, USA November 8, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz DARREN ORNITZ, REUTERS The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and VotingWorks, a non-partisan, non-profit organization, have open-sourced today a tool for the post-election auditing process. Developed by VotingWorks and named Arlo, the tool is… Read more →