Acronis Cyber Notary Cloud is a blockchain-based service for file notarization, e-signing and verification for businesses of any size. Designed exclusively for service providers, it allows your customers to ensure the integrity of their business-critical data, while achieving regulatory transparency and decreasing security risks.
A blockchain-powered data notarization and e-signature solution for service providers
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Blockchain-powered data notarization and e-signature solution for service providers
Blockchain is a technology based on the principle of a continuously growing list of data records, or blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography. Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, including a timestamp and transaction data.
Most people know the term “blockchain” because it is used as the basis for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ether. But the underlying concept allows blockchain technology to have a variety of use-cases, such as file notarization, digital voting, creating smart contracts, and more.
The key advantages of the technology includes:
Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) is based on the Software as a Service (SaaS) model. This approach allows customers to access and leverage blockchain-based applications, while a cloud-based service provider manages all activities required to keep the infrastructure up and running.
Blockchain-based services for data notarization allows to notarize business critical data of any type automatically by creating a digital fingerprint for files and storing it in a public blockchain ledger. It empowers companies with independent validation of data authenticity and proof it existed at a specified date and time.
An electronic signature, or e-signature, is the software that links a signature to the signer’s identity and intent to sign to the time the document was signed. E-signatures streamline the document approval process by enabling online signatures with a click of the mouse or by using touch pad.
To sign a document with Acronis Cyber Notary Cloud you will need to:
Customers with active product maintenance or subscription are entitled to 24/7 technical support. Follow the instructions at the Technical Support Site to get prompt support by phone, chat or e-mail.