It’s taken us a while, but we have finally found the time to format this blog with a mobile theme for visitors on Apple iPhone / iPod touch, Google Android, Blackberry Storm and Torch, Palm Pre and other touch-based smartphones. Enjoy! Blog Manager

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We launched eEvidence in February 2012. In the first 12 months, we generated email evidences for 178,599 emails. Now, a year later, we have just broken the 2 million eEvid mark. Which are the reasons for such a growth? The first and most exciting reason is that the number of users signing up for the […]

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In the last couple of months, we’ve been working hard in redesigning our license’s renewal and upgrade policy. We want eEvidence to be a friendly environment and, we must admit it, some of our former licensing processes were a bit too tight. We know our customers value what we do for them. And we trust […]

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Free users tend to use eEvidence just now and then, securing very specific emails only. Others will switch to E+ premium plans to rely on the service more regularly, in some cases from ERPs and other enterprise software solutions that include eEvidence features. Finally, we have what we identify as eEvidence Maniacs. These are mostly […]

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When you forward an email to eEvidence as part of, say, an ERP workflow, you are confident we will deliver it to destination within seconds. However, how do you know we really did? The JSON (and RESTful) channels, for data interchange through standard HTTPS, allow you to retrieve the status of your emails by directly […]

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According to the New York Times (September 5th, 2013), “The agency (NSA) has circumvented or cracked much of the encryption, or digital scrambling, that guards global commerce and banking systems, protects sensitive data like trade secrets and medical records, and automatically secures the e-mails, Web searches, Internet chats and phone calls of Americans and others […]

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Last week I was discussing with my wife about Lean Startup and how we were applying it on eEvidence, almost by accident. When we first launched the product, Feb 2012, we made a few assumptions that soon proved to be absolutely wrong. Error #1. We started defining premium plans based on a user scale, assuming […]

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This is not about comparing existing methods aimed to certify –or register– emails, but about comparing the features and pricing of several products on offer. eEvidence it’s based on a patent pending methodology, as it is in many ways unique. This makes it difficult to determine whom can we compare our product with. Nevertheless, in […]

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We are often approached by companies looking for ways to apply eEvidence’s email certification capabilities to software-based processes. Many of these projects are ERP related, mostly SAP. These concern a wide range of processes that involve email, including automated billing, purchase orders or human resource management communications. When asked in which cases would it be […]

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Some of you are aware that regular emails can be easily manipulated without traces of the altered content. This is why emails are weak as evidence, unless some sort of proof can be established in regards to its contents and delivery. Too many still have no clue about it, tending to believe that what they […]

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